Etienne Azzopardi, Commercial Operations Director at Quickspin, has taken to social media to share a bittersweet farewell to the Malta-based software company before embarking on a new adventure.
“Last Friday was my last one at Quickspin,” Mr Azzopardi writes, affirming that “it’s been three engaging years where I’ve learnt a lot and, together with many of my colleagues, delivered on many of the company’s initiatives.”
Within his role as Commercial Operations Director, Mr Azzopardi was tasked with leading the team responsible for the management and delivery of customer B2B integrations, bespoke platform integration and consultancy, technical pre-sales, high priority operational support, BI reporting and bespoke projects within Quickspin.
It was also his responsibility to identify operational bottlenecks and ensure that the team is delivering effectively.
Extending his thanks and appreciation to the team and management at Quickspin for “the trust you’ve put in me over the years,” the former Commercial Operations Director concludes his post by looking ahead to a short break this week before “moving on to new ventures.”
Etienne Azzopardi / LinkedIn
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