Sydney-based Document Tech Leaders Team Up to Service Legal Sector. SYDNEY – November 11th, 2020 – Templafy, a leading document creation and automation platform, today announces its partnership with legal technology & document automation specialists Mosmar.
If you were to visit the ground floor of our Copenhagen offices on a normal day, you’d find a corner of hard-working individuals who make up the majority of Templafy’s Customer Success team.
Following Templafy's recent Hive platform launch, we spoke with Caleb Wilson, Head of Product Design, to get his thoughts on modern design philosophy and what's trending in the UX/UI world, particularly in light of 2020 – the year that accelerated global engagement with the digital workplace.
Our New York team is growing fast. With the team rapidly expanding and our platform capturing more of the American market, we are excited to announce Templafy’s new hire: Greg Sheppard, who will be steering our trajectory as Chief Revenue Officer. Coming to Templafy from TravelClick via American Express and LexisNexis, Greg joined us virtually to talk about leading a team remotely, why Templafy is positioned for success, and his plans for growth in 2020 and beyond.
Kavita Herbert is Templafy's newly appointed Director of Sales for APAC, responsible for leading the commercial growth in the region and ensuring stand out service for its APAC clients. Based in Sydney, Australia, Kavita brings a decade of experience in the SaaS space. She's been part of the early growth phase for big-name brands like LinkedIn, Dropbox and Uber Eats, all of whom have had impressive growth as they scaled across the APAC region. This experience made Kavita the dream candidate for Templafy as we make our presence known in the region. Speaking with Kavita, we get some of her insights into what the future holds for Templafy in APAC.
Henk Prinsen is a Senior Sales Executive for Templafy’s Berlin office. With an international career spanning Amsterdam, Dublin, London and now Berlin, he’s helped drive growth in global firms, scale-ups, and tech start-ups. He’s also experienced working through two economic crises, emerging from both with an optimistic and driven outlook. Here, he speaks to us about adapting in times of disruption, what it’s like working for our fast-growing German HQ and why Berlin gets his vote for the best place to live and work.