Maritech announces Hege Wroldsen as new Commercial Director

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Maritech, a leading international developer of digital seafood software solutions, is delighted to welcome Hege Wroldsen as its new Commercial Director, effective September 1st

With 18 years of experience in the enterprise IT industry, Wroldsen has previously worked for IBM, SAP and IFS, where she held various senior leadership and sales development roles.

She will have overall responsibility for Maritech’s commercial strategy including operational responsibility for the company’s national and international sales and marketing activities.

“We are very excited to welcome Hege to Maritech,” says Janne T. Morstøl, Maritech’s CEO.

“At a time when Maritech is undergoing significant growth internationally and with substantial new product development and expansion of the seafood value chain, Hege is a strong addition to the senior leadership team. Her broad knowledge and international experience will be invaluable as we look to define more innovative solutions for our clients, and grow our presence globally.”

Wroldsen holds a BA in International Business from the University of San Francisco in California, and an MBA from Henley Management College in the UK.

“I came over to join Maritech as I strongly believe in an industry specialist approach to software applications, such as Maritech’s best-of-breed set of solutions for the seafood industry,” said Wroldsen.

“Being able to provide industry specific and expert tools is crucial as competition toughens, and I am intrigued by the seafood industry as it is a sustainable and growing global industry.”

Maritech – a key supplier of seafood software systems headquartered in Canada – is recognized as a leading partner in developing end-to-end traceability and business software for many of the largest and most prominent seafood organizations in the industry, providing them with the tools and resources they need to increase profitability and streamline business processes while keeping pace with an increasingly demanding regulatory environment.