Entanet has announced a trio of promotions within its sales team in response to growing demand for active support from its partners.
The wholesale communications provider has appointed Paul North as Sales Manager, while Emma Fisher has been named Sales Support Manager and Lee Hill becomes Pre-Sales Technical Manager. All three roles are newly-created and signal a further planned expansion of Entanet’s partner sales support team.
North has been promoted from his former post as Lead Sales Consultant. He originally joined Entanet in 2006 as a Technical Support Agent and, after switching to a sales role a year later, worked in a succession of sales and account management roles. He now takes responsibility for overseeing and managing Entanet’s growing sales team, reporting directly to Sales Director, Stephen Barclay.
Fisher has been elevated from her former position of Sales Administration Team Leader and has been with Entanet since August 2015. Hill was previously Pre-Sales Technical Consultant and joined Entanet in January 2014. Their promotions will create further vacancies to be filled with new recruits. Entanet’s sales team now has a headcount of 16, with the total number of employees at the company now just over 100, up from 85 at the start of 2015. Last year the company grew its sales by seven percent to £32 million.
Commenting on the new appointments, Stephen Barclay stated: “As our business has grown, we have continued to invest in more effective and extensive partner account management and to work as closely with our partners as we can. These new investments in people are a demonstration of our continuing and further commitment to that approach. These new appointments have been made so that we can give more of our partners more time and assistance in turning new opportunities into real business.
“In simplistic terms, we are responding to demand. Our partners are growing both in terms of sales and stature and they and we are being asked to bid for ever-more complex and challenging solutions. They need us to support them even more and it’s in our interests to show our commitment by responding in kind and giving them that support.”
Barclay says that many of Entanet’s well-established partners are now regularly being asked to bid for major connectivity business by large and medium-sized organisations and that the company’s repute is continuing to grow. “Entanet and its partners are now recognised and known as established and trustworthy connectivity suppliers. That’s making the foundations of our business even stronger and enhancing our growth prospects even more.”
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