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We’re excited to partner with Field Technologies Online to present a special webinar featuring Dan Turner. Dan is the Global Service Business Manager at Oxford Nano. Dan will share how he assisted his staff and clients to successfully adopt and fully utilize their solution.
Oxford Nano‘s clients include R&D professionals across a wide range of academic and industrial applications. They are providing innovative remote assistance software to their clients through their AR-enabled “Virtual Assist” solution. Consequently, their clients get instant access to the company’s global team of service and applications experts. This makes it easy to detect issues, and guide those clients through fixes in real-time. Oxford Nano provides this solution to move their clients from reactive to proactive support; their goal is to increase client value while generating revenue.
A qualified Electronics Engineer, Dan spent his early career as a global trouble shooter on NanoAnalysis (NA) equipment used in electron microscopy. This role encompassed electronics, high vacuum, cryogenics, high voltage, radiation, low voltage sensors. Dan moved into tech support, then a stint as Tech Support Manager, and is currently the Business Development Manager. He plans to expand the Oxford Instruments group of companies that make up Oxford Instruments PLC.
Efficiency is huge for Dan. As a result, his approach is often tailored with that in mind:
In the last year, Dan grew the NA service business by 17%. In addition, he was able to add 2.5M GBP at increased margin even during the global pandemic. These results were enabled by this suite of support options that led to increased value.
Dan is a graduate from Brunel University. He lives just outside London, in Buckinghamshire.
Miles Szkoda, Event Director at FTO, will join Dan to drive a lively conversation.
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