People News: Who has moved where?
• The Frayman Group has appointed Geoff Joynt as Chief Revenue Officer. Joynt brings over 25 years of experience in global sales management and field operations, most recently with LexisNexis as Vice President & Managing Director of Sales, Martindale-Hubbell Web-Based Marketing Solutions. Prior to this position, he held other senior leadership roles at LexisNexis in its Software Products Group and Legal Research divisions. Prior to LexisNexis, he headed sales and global field operations at Aderant.
“Frayman Group has a stellar reputation in the marketplace for having the best technology, a proven product portfolio, and thought leadership for business process management, business intake, conflicts and confidentiality management software for law firms,” said Geoff Joynt. “I am excited to be joining a visionary software company that already counts 63 of AmLaw 100 firms as its clients, and look forward to taking a leadership role in the expansion of its global sales and field operations.”
“Geoff Joynt brings expertise, proven leadership skills and an impressive record of accomplishments to Frayman Group,” said Yuri Frayman, President and CEO of Frayman Group. “As demands for our solutions is at an all time high, we look forward to welcoming Geoff to our executive leadership team to enhance our sales coverage and improve our field operations.”
• Aquarium Software of Hale in Cheshire has announced the appointment to the board of Neil Myerson, to the new position of non-executive director. A highly respected practitioner in the field of commercial law, Myerson’s selection comes amid several other senior appointments at the firm, all with a strong legal background, and is seen as further reaffirming Aquarium’s commitment to clients in the emerging and converging legal, insurance and professional services sectors.
“Neil’s reputation precedes him and we are delighted to have secured his services as a non-executive director,” said Aquarium Managing Director, Edward Shropshire. “Neil’s appointment will help ensure that our future planning and policy making is done in line with our target markets and further demonstrates our commitment to our clients in these fields.”
Neil has been recruited as a non-exec to utilise his considerable experience gained in over 30 years running his own commercial law practice in Manchester. Myerson is a trained mediator and in addition to his ongoing work as a consultant, he is also a member of the Board of Governors of the University of Bolton.
• Casper Fox joins the Tikit Managed Services team. Casper brings with him a wealth of experience in managed services from his previous role at Savvis. He will be advising Tikit’s law firm clients to get the most out of their IT and telecoms infrastructure, whilst ensuring optimum performance and data security. Tikit’s Managed Services division works closely with the IT teams of over 500 legal and professional services firms and now we are part of BT, Tikit can offer clients access to a wider range of vendors (including Apple) and service solutions with the added benefit of keener pricing.