Voxco expands regional responsibilities of VP Sales Vincent Auger to cover Germany and Eastern Europe
Voxco announced today that Vincent Auger has assumed responsibility for the company’s sharpened focus on Germany and Eastern European markets in 2016. Voxco aims to be the omnichannel software of choice for professional organizations in the region that are looking to become more competitive in their industry and more efficient in their research operations. Voxco already has an established sales and support network in Germany and Eastern Europe, managed through their Mannheim office.
Auger is the current VP of Sales for the Americas and Australia, where he leads a growing team of experienced sales professionals. He has over a decade of professional experience helping many of the largest research and public opinion firms in the world with their survey software needs.
“Vincent has built a tremendous trust with his sales teams and with Voxco clients, and we’re excited to extend that influence into our priority regions in 2016,’’ said Raymond Cyr, Founder and Chairman of the Board of Voxco. “We believe that his guidance in Germany will help Voxco thrive in those changing research landscapes.’’
European data servers and the ability to host sensitive respondent data on-premises are increasingly in-demand in the European markets, due in great part to the recent invalidation of international Safe Harbor Privacy principles. Growing data privacy concerns have also lead to more European researchers using panels to manage and nurture their respondent databases, so the newly redesigned Voxco Panel Manager has been garnering significant attention in Germany and the region.
“We are expecting significant growth in these important regions moving forward. I’m eager to help our regional clients grow their businesses in a rapidly changing industry with our leading multimode survey platform,” said Vincent Auger, VP of Sales at Voxco. “It will be exciting to work closer with our European sales teams and to help European research organizations streamline their omnichannel survey programs.”