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Trio of promotions for thriving tech company

 

Digital Tomorrow Today has announced three promotions at its Suffolk head office, in line with impressive growth and expansion of its social media marketing products, BirdSong Analytics and Tweetchup.

Lead Ecommerce Developer, Tim Davies, and Lead Developer, David Clouter, have been promoted to Associate Directors.

Meanwhile, Jamie Baggott, who joined the company as a trainee in 2015, has taken the position of Web Developer.

Tim Davies initially began working with the business two years ago, to head up the Client Development team. He has since led a number of important projects, including work for John Catt Publishing, Pump Street Bakery and the East Suffolk Food Trails

David Clouter joined in 2014 to lead the development of BirdSong Analytics, the company’s social media analytics tool.

Sales from this particular product have continued to grow rapidly, and companies and academic institutions around the world now rely on the data provided by its detailed bespoke reports.

Katherine Riddell, COO for Digital Tomorrow Today, said: “We are delighted to announce the promotions of Tim, David and Jamie. All three have made an invaluable contribution to our success in recent times.

“Tim has played a huge role in creating innovative technical solutions for clients and has the respect of everyone he works with. Dave has helped us to take BirdSong Analytics from a prototype idea to a global social media marketing tool in just two years. Jamie is a key member of the team and has quickly made an impact on our capabilities and growth.”

With a global client-base and a number of industry accolades to its name, the company is set to continue growing its product portfolio from its Brightwell base throughout the coming year.

Ms Riddell added: “Having enjoyed terrific success in 2016 as a result of our product innovations and client delivery, we are very much looking forward to developing our portfolio and to continuing to support our clients with their own digital plans in the coming year.”

 

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