Oliver Durham Winch Coyote Software

Coyote makes key appointments

Oliver Durham-Winch has been appointed head of sales at Coyote, bringing with him almost 20 years of experience advising companies in commercial property on how to embrace technology to improve their businesses.

Durham-Winch joins from software company Conga, where he was Enterprise Sales Director. Previously he was at Argus Software for 10 years, with his most recent role as global account manager for EMEA.

The new hire spearheads a range of further appointments at Coyote across all levels of the business.  These include:

  • Fred Attrill – head of marketing
  • Rhys Ackery – consulting manager
  • Paige Butler – support and training analyst
  • Sowmya Golyala – quality assurance engineer
  • Akos Radler – .NET engineer

Coyote is a cloud-based platform developed and used by M7 Real Estate and its clients for over 8 years, before it was launched commercially to the market in September 2017.

Coyote enables industry professionals to track and manage assets through the commercial property lifecycle from introduction, through to acquisition, management and disposal. Coyote brings data in from all the leading property management systems to give users live data on the assets and portfolios they manage.

Oli Farago, CEO of Coyote, said: “The response from the market since the launch of Coyote less than a year ago has been phenomenal. Key to our successful growth is building the right team. A team who understand and talk the language of real estate and technology and its convergence. Bringing Oliver on board, with his wealth of experience and contacts, is a real coup for our business and statement of intent of our future growth.”

Durham-Winch added: “I am thrilled to be joining Coyote at such an exciting time in both the company’s evolution, at the forefront of the transformation of the property industry driven by the rise of technology.  I am joining a team of very talented people, and a business that is providing a truly unique proposition to the way data is managed, analysed and reported.”

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