He joins from global travel technology provider Amadeus where he has spent the last eleven years in senior sales engineering, product application and account management roles, latterly as Global IT Account Manager, where he was heavily involved in large scale IT global projects.

Aymeric’s career began in the hotel industry spanning nine years in diverse corporate sales and account management positions at Marriott International and Concorde Hotels, before moving to Amadeus and honing his skills in the travel technology sector.

As Head of Product Management, he is responsible for bringing a strong strategic approach to how TripStax plans and develops product innovations to meet the future needs of customers, as well as optimising the efficiency of existing TripStax solutions. Together with a team of product managers, Aymeric will lead and develop roadmaps, support product marketing and define customer communications. He reports to Bruce Hanna, Chief Operating Officer who joined TripStax in August this year.

Bruce Hanna, COO TripStax commented “I am delighted to welcome Aymeric to TripStax in this new role. He brings extensive experience in strategic product and customer service-related roles in the technology sector, as well as expertise in end-to-end product application. This will be extremely valuable to TripStax as we continue to implement and service existing clients, consolidate our operations and ensure we develop visionary products based on customer needs.”

Aymeric De Bergevin added: “I am excited to join TripStax and have great respect for the way that this disruptive new business is shaking up the technology landscape. I am looking forward to leading the team of product managers as well as working closely with other cross-functional teams in engineering, design, sales and marketing, and the TripStax management. This is a great opportunity for me to apply my experience in a way that can support the evolution of TripStax with a strategic approach to customer-focussed product management and development.”

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