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Welcome Alfred Markut

Technically, the newest member of the Knak team is named Alfred Christian Emanuel Reinholt Fritz Markut, Jr. Around here though, he goes by Alfred Markut, Jr, Customer Success Manager, and we couldn’t be happier to have him on board. 

Alfred comes to Knak with an impressive list of extracurricular activities. Though he’s an Ottawa native, he’s lived in Eberstein, Austria, where he spent time exploring the city on rollerblades. He’s seen and documented more than 4200 movies, loves to make model cars, is an avid cook, and almost joined Le Cordon Bleu after a failed stint in minor league hockey. 

Alfred has more than 10 years of Customer Success experience with companies like Orangutech and Mindbridge AI, and he’s loved every minute of it. His attention to detail, commitment to personal growth, and laser-focus on customer relationships make him a perfect fit for our outstanding Customer Success team, and we can’t wait for our customers to meet him. 

Welcome to Knak, Alfred!

Karen McDougall is Knak’s Marketing Coordinator. With a background in event planning and a passion for marketing, Karen handles project management and reporting for the Knak marketing team and will be ramping up the Knak webinar program. In her free time, Karen likes to tackle home improvement projects and hang out with her dogs.

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