Traveltek Continues To Be More Customer-Focused And Appoints Leanne Woolvine As Head Of Product
We’re delighted to announce the appointment of Leanne Woolvine, to the role of Head of Product. Leanne joined Traveltek in 2013 and has held various positions throughout her time at Traveltek from Senior Business Analyst to Project Delivery Manager.
Leanne has over 20 years of experience in the travel industry holding various roles including Branch Manager, Audit Manager and Ecommerce Project Manager with Co-operative Travel which will be invaluable within this position.
Her experience spans both the eCommerce and retail aspects of the travel industry and Leanne has a wealth of knowledge on the Traveltek product portfolio.
Leanne, during her time at Traveltek, has been pivotal in driving forward the Customer Success team.
In recent months she has led our efforts on building out our RPA capabilities through our Traverse relationship and played a crucial role in shaping our data strategy.
Leanne Woolvine, said, “I have been with Traveltek for over seven years, and I have enjoyed my time here and been able to be part of some exciting and first of its kind projects for the travel industry.
I am both delighted and excited to be taking on this next challenge as Head of Product and have the opportunity to work with our customers on the planning and execution of Traveltek’s products, and particularly the product roadmap”.
Cressida Sergeant, Chief Commercial Officer, said, “As part of Traveltek’s commitment to improving our service to customers, we have been reviewing our processes and structure around how we manage our product roadmap.
Following extensive customer feedback, as an Exec Team, we decided this role needed to move within the commercial function of our business.
This is a pivotal role, encouraging a customer-focused and transparent approach to our product delivery.
I am delighted to have Leanne take this role forward and wish her all the best in this new endeavour”.
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