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Perfect Gym Solutions Welcome New Team Member Steve Paton

Leading software provider Perfect Gym Solutions is proud to announce and welcome new team member Steve Paton to our Customer Success team.

His role will encompass all aspects of software support for our clients. This is not purely a help desk role, it is much more hands-on, with the opportunity to work with different customers, systems and requirements whilst developing solutions for our customers using the Perfect Gym platform.

Matt Inglis Country Manager states, “We are very pleased to welcome Steve to the team at Perfect Gym. Not only will he bring a tighter focus on customer relationship and quality to our team, but will also be a value to our clients and in turn their success.

Paton joins the Perfect Gym team with years of experience with in the sports and aquatic sector previously holding management roles at Macquarie University Sport and Aquatic and Paul Sadler Swimland, he is passionate about the industry that Perfect Gym serves.

Jacek Szlendak, founder and CEO of Perfect Gym says, “It’s exciting to see the growth of Perfect Gym globally and to have the ability to support our clients 24 hours a day. Our customer success team has grown to more than 65 people supporting our rapid expansion.

About Perfect Gym Solutions:
A comprehensive, high-tech club management solution for fitness clubs, sports facilities and gyms which drives business owners around the world to reach their professional excellence. A platform to manage all your needs: sales, membership management, billing, booking, marketing and reporting its business driven precise and intuitive.

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