Leading document assembly solution provider HotDocs has today announced the arrival of Steve Spratt into the newly created role of Senior Vice President & General Manager of HotDocs International. Spratt is charged with building on the company’s existing success and driving growth across all geographies out with the United States and Canada.
Spratt commented: “It’s with great enthusiasm that I take on the management of the HotDocs international division. For many years, HotDocs has been leading the market in document automation, providing a strong base for successful expansion. The company’s leadership position, established team, robust technologies, loyal customer base and planned innovations will provide me with the foundation and tools to implement an ambitious growth strategy. I can’t wait to get started.”
The majority of Steve Spratt’s career has been spent working with technology across a range of sectors, including government, banking, media and software. He worked for the UK Government, Santander Bank and BskyB before moving to the Enterprise software sector in 2000 with the role of Vice President – Global Services for Axios Systems. Thereafter, Spratt moved through a range of senior positions in global software companies such as Borland, Netcall and Noble Systems, heading up divisions that included professional services, channel, sales and business development and he has been instrumental in closing seven figure deals as a rated high performer.
Russell Shepherd, Group CEO of HotDocs, concluded: “I am very pleased to welcome Steve to HotDocs in what I believe will be a pivotal position, which is ideally suited to his leadership skills and industry experience. Over the past five years, HotDocs has experienced continuous growth as we see increased uptake within our key industries of banking, legal, insurance, corporate and government. With new software developments in the pipeline, Steve will be responsible for accelerating that growth and utilising HotDocs’ upcoming innovations to further enhance our market share.”