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New appointments for Repstor


Microsoft 365-based information and matter management specialist, Repstor ( has kick-started 2021 with an expanded team, reflecting the company’s confidence in another strong year ahead, and was recently listed in the Deloitte Top 50 Rapid Growth Tech Company list for the fourth year running.

Joining as Sales Manager for Repstor’s UK Legal operation is Alison Thorpe who will spearhead new business development team in this important and fast-growing market for Repstor.  Previously Sales Consultant with Eclipse Legal Systems, and Regional Sales Manager role at Prosperoware, Alison bring a great deal of expertise to Repstor.

New products consultants Eve Boardman and Chris Colahan will be strengthening Repstor’s professional services-focused team in the UK.  While Colin Truesdale, whose impressive career includes more than 12 years in Product Marketing and Managing Consultant roles at Kainos, and four years as Training Manager at Meridio, has joined as Head of Pre-Sales.  Colin will be responsible for actively driving and managing the pre-sales process within customer opportunities in Legal and Professional Services.

Based in England, Juelma Isabel Nunes joins as an Inside Sales Executive, to support business expansion in the UK.

In the US, a strong and fast-growing market for Repstor’s legal and professional services solutions business, Repstor new appointments include Brad Teed, an experienced solutions architect, product manager and former CTO and Abby Moore, a skilled project manager, to drive business expansion State-side from their base in Texas.

Commenting on all of the new appointments, Alan McMillen, Repstor’s CEO, says, “On behalf of all at Repstor, I warmly welcome these impressive individuals to the company, and look forward to the additional sales growth and customer success they will help to drive in 2021, both in the UK and internationally.”

After a busy and successful year for the company in 2020 despite the difficult climate, Repstor continues to enjoy strong and growing demand for its Microsoft 365-based information management solutions. These help knowledge workers, especially in the professional services sectors, to streamline content and information management from within familiar existing applications including Outlook and Teams.

“We’ve seen all kinds of professional services teams seek to consolidate and digitally simplify the way they manage their projects and caseloads, as the pandemic has deepened and caused operational chaos for firms,” says Fergus Wilson, Repstor’s CTO.

“Teams of professionals already loved what we do, but continued lockdowns and remote working have brought forward transformation plans.  Specifically, the pandemic has prompted consolidation of information management platforms, and rising interest in secure hosting in the cloud.”

Repstor was recently named in Gartner’s recent ‘Market Guide for Corporate Legal Matter Management’ report which recognizes companies which have achieved visibility and traction in the sector.

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