We are pleased to announce the appointment of Rhys Cory as Product Manager for EMT. Rhys joins us from a background in Product Development and Technical Support, operating within global environmental systems, gas analysis and detection markets.
Experienced in Product Testing, Technical Investigation and Quality Management, with strong diagnostic and troubleshooting skills, and a proven track record in problem solving and high level technical support, Rhys has excellent credentials to develop and deliver effective product management strategies for the EMT portfolio. We are confident he will be an asset to the company and integral to fulfilling our mission of re-thinking, re-defining and revolutionising SF6 analysis and handling through innovation and client-led solutions.
In this position, Rhys will be responsible for managing the existing product range and will be involved in the development and sourcing of new products, and their release to market. Rhys will be first line support for customers and end users on technical queries and issues relating to products, and will support EMT Sales, Marketing and Service teams through the development of internal product management processes. A dedicated resource to clients, providing support with surveys, project meetings, demonstrations and installations, he will also be instrumental in delivering technical solutions and concepts via EMT seminar, webinar and training programmes.
Over the coming months, Rhys will be developing a product road map to ensure EMT remain at the forefront of innovation in the utilities T&D industry, and continue to deliver ground-breaking, task specific, patented SF6 technologies, which improve standards and safety and deliver a complete SF6 management solution. With several new products already in development you can follow us on LinkedIn to keep up to date with new releases and events.
Rhys can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org so please do get in touch if he can be of assistance.
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