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Women in SAPCA founder joins Passport365

Women in SAPCA founder joins Passport365

Industry professional and co-founder of the Women in SAPCA initiative, Hayley Wilson, has joined Lincolnshire-based, sports facility management software specialist, Passport365.

Having gained nearly a decade of industry experience as an estimator and sales manager at a sports surface installation organisation in Nottinghamshire. There, Hayley was instrumental in successfully delivering a number of high-profile projects including the £17m YMCA Newark Sports Village, part of the Football Foundation Framework scheme, and the £18m Downhill and Ford Quarry Sports Complexes, forming part of the Parklife project scheme. Hayley will apply her in-depth knowledge and expertise in her new role as Passport365 Data Analyst, where she will support businesses in creating solutions.

Hayley, together with the Passport365 Platform Manager and Software Implementation Specialist, will assist in designing bespoke systems for forward-thinking, industry-leading sports firms, to establish digital transformation and increased efficiency through system automation. 

She said:

“Having been a customer of both Passport365 and Conduiit at my former company, I saw a lot of opportunity with the business and team; seeing it as the future of sports facility management and sports construction industries.”

Garry Martin, CEO of Passport365 said

“We are delighted that Hayley has joined the team at Passport365. With her background, knowledge and obvious passion for improving industry standards, I believe she will be an asset to the team."

Passport365 is part of a group of companies together with Conduiit, Replay Maintenance and Replay Recycling, powering businesses, organisations and facilities in sport globally. Passport365 is an all-encompassing management tool delivered through App or desktop, developed specifically for sport; optimising operations, strategy and performance for all in sports construction and facility management.

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