NASHUA, N.H., April 13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- SkillSoft PLC (Nasdaq: SKIL), a leading provider of e-learning courseware and Referenceware(R) for business and IT professionals, announced today a change in its sales management structure.
Earlier this year, we promoted Mr. Jerry Nine to the position of Chief Operating Officer. We also created a new role of Senior Vice President of Worldwide Field Operations, reporting to Mr. Nine, to which we named Tim Ellinger. In connection with the change, the heads of our three geographic sales regions, North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific, reported to the new Senior Vice President. Today, the company announced that it is changing the sales management structure such that the heads of the three regions will again report directly to Mr. Nine.
Mr. Ellinger will be leaving the organization to pursue a new opportunity with a small, privately-held company. We appreciate Mr. Ellinger's contributions to the Company and wish him success in his new endeavor.
SkillSoft is a leading global provider of e-learning content and technology products for business and information technology (IT) professionals within the Global 5000. SkillSoft's multi-modal learning solutions support and enhance the speed and effectiveness of both formal and informal learning processes and integrate SkillSoft's in-depth courseware, learning management platform technology and support services.
Content offerings include SkillSoft's Business Skills Library and IT Skills and Certification Library; ITPro, BusinessPro, FinancePro, and OfficeEssentials Referenceware(R) collections by Books24x7; and health and safety compliance courseware by GoTrain.
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