Hurricane Commerce: accurate data has never been more important

Hurricane Commerce: accurate data has never been more important

Hurricane Commerce has appointed Marc Paingt as Senior Strategic Adviser – Postal Sector. 

Marc has enjoyed a distinguished career in the postal industry with roles having included Director – International Relations at bpost and Terminal Dues Manager for the International Post Corporation [IPC]. More recently, Marc has been President of his own consultancy, Marc Paingt Consulting. 

Marc will be working closely with Hurricane Co-Founder David Spottiswood and Business Development Director Rob Dundas in his new role, advising on Hurricane’s partnerships with the IPC and the Universal Postal Union [UPU] as well as other key postal relationships.  

Marc, who is based in Paris, says: “Increasing regulations and tougher customs enforcement means that having complete and accurate data has never been more important.  

“I am delighted to join the Hurricane team and to help the postal community learn more about its best-in-class solutions.” 

David Spottiswood, Co-Founder of Hurricane Commerce, said: “We are delighted to have Marc join Team Hurricane. He is a hugely respected figure in the postal sector and we look forward to him supporting our global expansion plans.” 

Hurricane is the only cross-border eCommerce data provider with a truly global customer footprint with customers and partners including Royal Mail, Emirates Post, Australia Post, An Post, SEKO Logistics, AEB, EVRi and Plusius as well as the UPU and IPC. 

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