Comms-care today announced that it has appointed Lyndsy Hancock as Engineering Supervisor. As part of her role, Hancock will work with the engineering management team to provide support and guidance to field-based engineers. She will also take a leading role in the design and operation of improvement programmes to help educate engineers about company policies, technical procedures and standards.
Hancock started her career with Comms-care in 2006. Prior to this appointment Lyndsy held the role of Service Desk Team Leader, working on the frontline processing customer service requests, helping to ensure customer service requests were dealt with promptly and within contracted SLAs. During her time on the Service Desk Lyndsy also co-ordinated the utilisation of field based engineers to ensure the highest levels of service were adhered to whilst supporting Comms-care’s partners and their end user clients.
Hancock joined Comms-care after working for several years at Canon on their service desk. During her time with the company she liaised closely with Canon’s engineering teams and carried out first line support for customers.
Commenting on the appointment, Comms-care Technical Director Darren Briscoe said: “Comms-care is growing rapidly and we need high calibre, dedicated people to help us deliver the best possible service to our growing partner base. Lyndsy has proven to be an exceptionally customer-focused member of the Comms-care team and has always delivered beyond the requirements of her role to ensure we provide excellent 24/7 customer service. As an Engineering Supervisor she will work closely with all the engineering and service teams to ensure that they continue to deliver superior channel support to our partners. Lyndsy has also been tasked to implement new processes, procedures and working practices that will ultimately result in Comms-care improving the service we provide to our partners.”
Lyndsy Hancock said: “I have been with Comms-care for over 7 years and seen the business grow from strength to strength. My new role provides me with a huge opportunity to drive improvements to an important customer facing area of the business and to play an instrumental part in assisting Comms-care with its future growth strategy. The company has very ambitious expansion plans and continuously encourages members of the Comms-care team to fulfil their career aspirations by introducing new roles to existing team members. I firmly believe that Comms-care continues to lead their sector because it not only values its customers but also its employees. I look forward to helping Comms-care to deliver excellent support services whilst progressing my career further.”
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