Maidstone-based business telecoms provider, Blackbox Voice and Data Solutions, has appointed Antony Donoghue as its new Sales Director.
Donoghue joins Managing Director, Colin Griffin, to head up the sales team and oversee the implementation of business development initiatives for the company’s corporate customers.
With 30 years’ experience in the office technology and business telecoms sector, Antony Donoghue joins Blackbox Voice and Data Solutions after 11 years at London-based Ethos Communication Solutions Limited.
Commenting on his appointment, Donoghue said: “It is an exciting time to join Blackbox Voice and Data Solutions. The company has ambitious plans to grow its customer base and double in size over the next three years.
“With established partnerships with some of the most innovative telecoms providers in the market, I know there is a huge opportunity to broaden the company’s reach and tap into new sectors and technologies. I look forward to using my skills and experience to drive the company forward.”
Colin Griffin, Managing Director of Blackbox Voice and Data Solutions, said: “I am delighted to welcome Antony to the board. We are targeting ambitious growth across London and the South East so it’s important that we have a strong senior management team in place.
“Antony brings a wealth of knowledge and experience within the business telecoms sector that will help us to execute our strategic plan and accelerate our growth over the coming years.”
Blackbox Voice and Data Solutions provides businesses with a comprehensive range of telecoms support, telephone system maintenance, telecoms products and connectivity solutions.
The company has partnerships with some of the leading providers in the telephony industry, including TelcoSwitch, Gamma and Plan Mobile, to provide tailored business telecoms solutions to its customers.
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