Abbey Telecom has strengthened its growing team with the appointment of a new director. Andy Wilson has been recruited to help drive further business growth as the telecoms firm seeks to build on recent contract wins and extend its established base within the North West.
“My primary objective is to build on recent progress and accelerate our growth by generating more sales in the North West region from our Lancashire HQ,” explains Andy.
“We’ve hundreds of clients nationally but it always makes sense to win business locally and we’re as keen as ever to do more on our home patch.
“The firm has secured several high quality local contracts in recent months and my job is to build on these and spread the word about our expertise, not only in delivering business telephone systems but also in providing great value mobiles and lines and minutes packages under one umbrella.
“The ability to regularly see customers face to face and discuss their individual needs also helps engender long term local business relationships, a philosophy practised since the inception of the business in 1992.”
Abbey Telecom managing director Tony Raynor adds: “I have known Andy for over 20 years and he has a brilliant track record for helping companies increase their turnover.
“Our goal is to help new and existing customers understand the options they have with us in terms of lines and minutes packages, mobile solutions, as well as the high tech range of Samsung traditional and VoIP telephone systems. Andy will play an integral role in making that happen and he will be a fine addition to our team.”
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