Sunderland-based CCS recently announced ambitious plans for growth following the recruitment of a new UK sales manager, with the business now taking on a further six new employees, working across all areas of the business.
ICT technology lead Terry Hugill, technical solutions architect Richard Weddle, marketing executive Michael Duell, lead generation executive Emma Wilson and business development managers Lee Carter and James Logue have all joined the company as part of CCS’ strategy to expand its offering to clients and double turnover by 2018.
Terry, who is Microsoft and VMware qualified, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity to shape an IT department from the ground upwards. CCS is an ambitious company with really exciting plans and I was keen to play my part in contributing towards its future success.”
Established in 1986, CCS supplied and installed the first mobile phone for business in the North East and currently provides a variety of B2B telecommunications and IT technology, including mobile phones, IT products and services, desktop support and telephony platforms.
The appointment of Terry, Richard, Michael, Lee, James and Emma follows the recruitment of new UK sales manager Kevin Greener in May. Chris Lee, managing director of CCS, said: “This is a very exciting time for the business – bringing Kevin on board was the first step in our plan for expansion and our new appointments further strengthen the quality and variety of service we can provide to clients.
“Each of them brings different experience and skills and I’m very proud of the team we now have in place – we’ve got the very best technical and sales talent in the north east and I’m confident there will be further appointments over the coming months.”
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