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Get to know the #ateam

Get to Know the #aTeam – Sirinate Kitiwattanabumrung, aCommerce Distribution & Retail, Category Head

Growth and career development is an important factor at aCommerce, which is why employees are also offered the opportunity to rotate jobs and relocate to gain a broader understanding of the inner workings of the company.

Featured this week in the ‘Get to know the #ateam series’ is Sirinate Kitiwattanabumrung (Apple), the Category Head of Distribution and Retail at aCommerce Thailand. She has been with aCommerce for over five years and works with a range of clients including AIS, Tesco, Uniqlo, Zara, Naray, and DKSH. Over the last few years, her roles have continued to evolve as she started out in the customer care department and worked in the role of Head of Customer Care to help set up the first call center at aCommerce. Following that, she moved into heading the Client Service Management department. Find out more about her below! Read more

Get to know the #ateam

Get to Know the #aTeam – Morgane Quemard, Regional Key Account Manager

As part of the ‘get to know the ateam’ series, aCommerce will feature employee profiles on the website so we all can get to know each other a little better. Learn more about our colleagues from different backgrounds and the roles they play within the company. This will also help others find something they might like to do for a living!

Featured this week is Morgane Quemard, Regional Key Account Manager at aCommerce. 

What is your favorite part about working at aCommerce? 

aCommerce is a fun company to work for – we have all the benefits of the start-up spirit with the stability and size of a big established company. Also, being in the heart of the ecommerce tornado is very exciting. What I learned when I joined one and a half year ago about the ecommerce landscape in Southeast Asia is almost obsolete now. Being able to live and adapt to all those changes makes working at this company everything but boring.

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