A warm welcome to our New Regional Manager in Asia
We’re thrilled to welcome Tim Polson as Regional Manager at our new Asia-Pacific headquarters in Singapore.
We’ll foster a great working culture together and solve challenges that many would have thought un-solvable. Eye-share’s solutions have amazing potential for growth in Asia. Here we come!Tim Polson, Regional Manager Asia, Eye-share
Press release May 18th 2022
We are happy to announce that we have established a new office in the heart of Singapore that will be led by Mr.Tim Polson. This is a part of our growth strategy in Eye-share, and will help us support existing customers and build new business connections in a growing market in Asia.
Mr. Polson is from New Zealand and has worked in maritime logistics for 18 years covering container shipping, supply chain management, process improvement, project logistics and chartering with 2.5 years in the maritime tech space. He is also a member of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers, have a graduate of the Maersk International Shipping Education (MISE program) and have an MBA from Griffith University in Australia. Mr. Polson have 5 years’ cumulative work experience in Asia, of which 3.5 years in Singapore.
– Personally I have experienced the hardship of inefficient purchase-to-pay processes in maritime logistics. Late payment means late service delivery and worse, harm to a company’s reputation, says Mr. Polson – and adds that companies exchanging goods across borders depend heavily on their service providers, and effective payment processes are as crucial to commercial success as any other part of the enterprise.
Mr. Polson is now keen to work closely with customers, and build a team of experts to ensure payment processes are as smooth and effective as possible so everyone has more time and energy available for more value-adding tasks.
He is now looking forward to taking on a fresh team of professionals and helping them grow & develop based one the principle #awesomeplacetowork. We warmly welcome Mr. Polson and are exited about the future journey of Eye-share in Asia.