Andy Graham joins FLYdocs to strengthen EuMEA sales team

    23 Jan 2018


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Andy Graham joins FLYdocs to strengthen EuMEA sales team

23 January, 2018 – With 2018 set to see FLYdocs extend its position as the leading aviation data and records management solution provider and global industry leader in managing the lease transfer of aircraft and assets, we are delighted to announce the addition of Andy Graham to the EuMEA business development team. Andy brings extensive aviation experience; his 24 years in the industry have included roles within flight operations and management and he has spent over 11 years in M&E software sales. Andy’s responsibilities at FLYdocs will include building relationships with Airline and Engineering facilities, as well as account management of FLYdocs’ current customers.

Andy Graham joins FLYdocs to strengthen EuMEA sales team FLYdocs

Here’s a few words from Andy on why he’s excited to join the FLYdocs team:

Why did you join FLYdocs?

After many years of working within M&E software sales, I wanted a new challenge and change of professional direction. FLYdocs’ success has been noted by many within the industry and I felt I could make a significant contribution to the company’s growth. After talking to some of FLYdocs’ current customers, I was encouraged by how the product was positively received. It’s a company that is in high growth mode and that adds many layers of excitement and passion from all within the business.

What can our clients expect from you?

Ultimately my aim is to ensure that all stakeholders in the purchasing process clearly understand the value that FLYdocs can bring to their business; and then to build long-term and mutually rewarding partnerships. Combining my vast experience in complex customer account management, software technical knowledge, and having worked first-hand within the industry, I’ve every confidence in introducing new clients and deepening existing relationships.

What are your thoughts on why the aviation industry should go digital?

Compliance, usability, reduced errors and accountability are all features and rewards of going digital that immediately spring to mind – it’s not a difficult business case to prove. A simple and easy to use application that will add value to the business and reduce cost has to be a major consideration in every high cost centre environment.