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SSP Hires Ian Martin to Drive Work Management Business Development

Ian Martin hired by SSP as Director of Work Management Sales

DENVER, July 05, 2017 — Veteran GIS and utility work management expert Ian Martin has joined SSP Innovations as Director of Work Management Sales.

"I'm excited to join SSP and for the opportunity to work with a talented team to grow our work and asset management software practice," Ian said. 

Ian will lead U.S. sales of SSP Workforce Management (WFM), a leading utility-focused and GIS-integrated work management system that helps utilities and telecommunications providers streamline capital work with flexible tools that coordinate a service/work request from creation to financial close.

“We are extremely excited to have someone with Ian’s broad experience in utility enterprise application sales join our team,” SSP Director of Sales Dean Perry said. “Ian brings to SSP a strong expertise in applying software products to resolve common utility requirements, as well as a finger on the pulse of utility work management needs to help us strategically position WFM to successfully help many more of our clients and prospects.”

Ian received his Master's of Geography and Bachelor's Degree in GIS and Cartography from Texas State University, and has worked in the utility and GIS information technology field since 1997. 

Ian started at SSP in July 2017.  Please join us in congratulating Ian on joining SSP by leaving a comment. You can also find Ian at SSP Booth #926 at the Esri User Conference. For more information on finding SSP at the UC, click here

Connect with Ian on LinkedIn. 

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    Sarah Alban is an award-winning writer and content marketer with more than ten years in the content-creation industry. Sarah works closely with GIS professionals to understand the challenges today's utility and telecommunications organizations face — and guide them to the people and products who can help. 

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