New Recruits at Mayflex

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Mayflex, the cabling infrastructure, networking and physical security solutions distributor, has announced a number of new recruits as it strengthens its sales and business development teams.

Announcing the additions to the teams and the creation of new a Technical Manager role within the business, Andrew Percival, Managing Director at Mayflex, comments, “Having completed a review of our current structure and the skills present in the business, the changes we are announcing today will accelerate our growth over the coming years and add a further layer of value into the services and support we offer to customers.”

As part of the changes, Paul Cave will move from his current role in the Excel Business Development team to take on the new role of Technical Manager – Infrastructure. Paul will focus on the development and delivery of a range of value added, pre and post sales support services with an aim to increase sales of Excel across the UK and Europe. As Paul moves forward with this, Emma Goodman will be joining the company as Excel Business Development for the South/London.

Percival explains, “Paul’s technical qualifications, including his recent attainment of RCCD status, make him ideal for this key role in supporting our customers to win more business and deliver projects with the highest level of performance and technical know how. Emma joins us from Datwyler, having previously worked for a leading UK integrator, and brings a huge amount of experience and enthusiasm to the role of developing end user/specifier led projects for the Excel brand.”

Mayflex is adding more focus to its growing Physical Security division with the introduction of Neil Jeffrey in the role of Physical Security Field Sales in the South and Steve Green in the same role in the North. With over 20 years’ combined experience in the Physical Security market, most recently with Norbain and SANYO respectively, Neil and Steve will support existing and new customers looking to take advantage of the growing market for IP physical security systems.

Concluding the update, Percival comments, “The market for IP cameras, access control systems and associated products is growing at an incredible pace, and will continue to do so for years to come, representing huge new business opportunities for many of our customers. We want to ensure we have the in-house experience to support and develop these opportunities for our mutual benefit. Market conditions, in general, remain tough, but we are committed to providing our customers with the best products, supported by a great team. We will continue to make these long term investments to ensure we meet this commitment. The changes we are announcing today which take effect over the coming weeks and will bring with them added experience, and with that comes more support for our customers, something that’s very important to us.”