04.23.2008 12:00 AM
Autoscript Appoint New International Sales and Client Liaison Manager
Autoscript has announced that Charlotte Latham has been promoted to the position of International Sales and Client Liaison Manager with immediate effect.

Chief among her new duties will be responsibility for establishing global sales both direct to the customer and via distributors in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, for all Autoscript products. Based in London, Latham will organise training and new product orientation for distributors and customers within the EMEA region as well as providing feedback into Autoscript on market trends and liaising with key Camera Dynamics managers within the Vitec Group on sales activity.

She has served three years as sales executive with Autoscript and reports directly to Brian Larter, the company's new Worldwide Managing Director. "I am tremendously excited about helping to take Autoscript forward as the leading teleprompting force," Latham said. "I am particularly looking forward to working with our key distributors, evolving new business opportunities with them and developing and launching new products."

Brian Larter, Worldwide Managing Director, added: "I can think of no one more capable or better suited to pick up and run with this challenge. Charlotte has already proved herself to be a great asset to Autoscript's sales success and I know that our customers trust her to ensure that we continue to deliver a high quality of after sales support. I'm extremely pleased that Charlotte has decided to step into this role and look forward to working with her."

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