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Veryon Expands Team with Top-Tier Industry Talent, Driving Growth and Efficiency

Veryon Expands Team with Top-Tier Industry Talent, Driving Growth and Efficiency

Veryon, a leading provider of information services and software solutions for the aviation industry, recently announced internal promotions and new hires with vast aviation industry experience to support the company’s ongoing growth.

Veryon welcomed Amy Broughton as the new Chief People Officer. In her role, she is at the helm of all aspects of Veryon’s global people operations, guiding the company toward a future of enhanced teamwork, innovation, and growth.

"I firmly believe that people are the heart and soul of any organization. I see the incredible opportunity to shape the future of our organization through the power of its people. I'm genuinely excited to come aboard during this period of strong growth and collaborate with the members of our global team."

Amy Broughton, Veryon Chief People Officer

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Broughton brings over 20 years of progressive experience in organizational strategy, talent management, talent acquisition, M&A integration, and has operated at scale across multiple private equity-owned companies.

Broughton adds, “Together, we will cultivate an environment where everyone is not just encouraged but empowered to bring their unique talents and perspectives to the table, enabling them to do their life's best work.”

Most recently, Broughton served as the Chief Operating Officer and Chief People Officer at SurePoint, a leader in the legal technology space, where she spearheaded large-scale transformation and change management efforts across business and people operations. Broughton also served as the Head of HR at Hobsons, an education technology provider.

“Having operated at scale across various companies, Amy brings a unique perspective and understanding of the intricacies involved in growing a global business in a competitive industry,” said Norman Happ, Veryon Chief Executive Officer. “Her past roles demonstrate her ability to drive substantial change and improvement within organizations. I look forward to partnering with Amy to build a world-class organization.”

John Talmadge was also welcomed to the team as Veryon’s Vice President of Business Development. In his new role, Talmadge will be tasked with cultivating strategic partnerships with Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) across the aviation industry to boost revenue and enhance profitability.

Talmadge is an accomplished leader in the aviation industry with experience in building teams within highly technical and process-driven organizations. He has extensive international experience, working with both U.S. and foreign governments on policy and operations issues. Talmadge, an accomplished pilot, has his Bachelor of Science degree in aviation science from Northwestern State University. Most recently, Talmadge served as Chief Dispatch Instructor for Delta Aircraft Dispatching, and before that, he was an Aircraft Dispatcher Instructor for Sheffield School of Aeronautics. He has expertise in several areas, including aviation operations control, military airlift, FAA liaison, aircraft dispatcher government affairs, and air carrier operations executive sales, among others. Talmadge also served in the Army National Guard as a UH-1H and C-141 Crew.

Bill Thompson recently joined Veryon as the Enterprise Account Executive at Veryon. In his role, Thompson is responsible for driving sales of Veryon Publications and establishing strong relationships with aircraft MROs and operators of large aircraft fleets. He is a lifelong aviation enthusiast with 28 years of experience in the industry holding Inspection Authorization and Airframe & Powerplant ratings. Thompson is also a veteran of the U.S. Navy serving four years as a system specialist on P-3 Orions.

Along with additions to the Veryon team, several other internal advancements within the organization reflect a dedication to growth and represent a strategic investment in the company's future success.

Haley Martin was recently promoted to Senior Vice President of Marketing. In her new role, Martin oversees the company’s overall marketing strategy, including brand, communications, content, digital marketing, product marketing, and demand generation. She has over 10 years of experience leading and developing marketing teams at fast-paced B2B tech companies.

Veryon also promoted Stephanie Hart to Chief Customer Officer. In her new role, Hart focuses on improving processes to deliver customer projects efficiently and ensuring that customers successfully deploy and realize the value of Veryon’s products. She joined Veryon in 2013 and has held various positions throughout her career in project management and professional services.

Since 1973, the company has grown by adding new partners, content, and technology through the acquisitions of CaseBank, Flightdocs, and most recently Rusada. Today, they’re a comprehensive technology platform helping aircraft operators better access publications, fix maintenance issues faster, and operate more efficiently without compromising compliance.

Complementing its rapid growth, Veryon is committed to providing its customers with the technology they need to manage everything from maintenance to manuals, along with 24/7/365 customer support.

 

About Veryon

Veryon is the leading provider of aviation software and information services, supporting a global network of more than 75,000 aircraft maintenance professionals and over 7,600 customers in nearly 150 countries worldwide. We help everyone from business aviation teams and MROs to airlines and OEMs get their aircraft more uptime. Challenges like unscheduled repairs, part availability, and excessive paperwork lead to too many aircraft spending too much time on the ground. And that leads to needless delays, endless back and forth, and lots of wasted dollars. The key to more uptime is having a better technology platform to manage everything from maintenance and operations to manuals and diagnostics. 

 

That’s why thousands of aircraft operators, 25% of the worldwide commercial fleet, and over 100 OEMs all rely on Veryon. And it’s why customers have been able to achieve an average 23% improvement in aircraft downtime cost. Veryon. Let’s get you more uptime. Learn more at veryon.com