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Health Metrics appoints Kellee Ireland as new sales director

Posted 19 February 2018

Health Metrics is pleased to announce the appointment of Kellee Ireland as Sales Director ANZ, based in Melbourne.

Ms Ireland, who officially joined the company on January 9 2018, will be responsible for the development of key growth sales strategies and management of key accounts across Australia and New Zealand.

With extensive experience in the field of Information Technology gained during her time at the Spatial Industries Business Association (SIBA), Ms Ireland also has key experience in the principles of ‘person-centred’ care via her role as Operations and Training Coordinator for The Eden Alternative.

“I am thrilled to be joining the Health Metrics team during a challenging time of growth in the aged care industry. I look forward to building our customer service offering in line with our product expansion,” says Ms Ireland.

CEO Steven Strange says “The appointment of Kellee Ireland as Sales Director is a big move in the right direction as we continue to build our brand in ANZ regions and focus on our customer experience.”

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