BusyLamp Strengthens Customer Success and Sales Teams with New Appointments

Frankfurt am Main, 12 May 2020BusyLamp, the legal operations software provider that helps in-house legal departments reduce their legal costs and operate more efficiently, has today announced six new hires to its customer success and sales teams.


Daniel Lafrentz has been appointed Sales Director, while seasoned sales professionals Marcus Voss and Andreas Pichlkostner join his team as Senior Sales Managers, having both previously worked in sales at Thomson Reuters Legal. They join Noel Lembke, Sales Manager, and Nadine Pauers, Sales Development Manager, who started in April 2020. Lembke comes from Axiom and brings extensive expertise in sales, business development and client management from multiple industries around the world. Pauers has many years of experience in sales and operations management, including 4 years with an international bank.


Lafrentz also joins from Axiom, bringing outstanding expertise to BusyLamp, with many years of management experience in sales, as well as in product management and marketing at Deutsche Telekom, among others.


Lia Christmann is the newly appointed Customer Success & Communication Manager. Having gathered extensive expertise in legal spend management administration at Lufthansa, she was most recently communications executive with an international law firm.


Dr Michael Tal, co-founder and joint CEO of BusyLamp commented, “Despite this difficult time, we are preparing to be as strong as possible coming out the other side. These appointments reflect the investment we are making to strengthen our teams and the support we provide to our clients and the wider legal community. We believe that legal digitalisation and SaaS systems like ours will be increasingly important in the new ways of doing business, and it is a real pleasure to welcome such experienced talent to the BusyLamp team.”


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