Exponential-e has today announced the growth of its channel sales management team. Liam Montague has been promoted to Channel Sales Team Leader, Referral after fast-tracking his career through Exponential-e’s Sales Academy, while David Yates has also been appointed Channel Sales Team Leader, Referral following his return to Exponential-e, having been one of the original members of the company’s channel team.
As a team leader, Liam Montague will be responsible for expanding and building Exponential-e’s relationships with partners of all sizes, and heading up the team’s sales strategy. Liam joined the Exponential-e Sales Academy as a graduate in 2009, and in just over six years, has progressed to team leader.
“Exponential-e’s Sales Academy gave me a unique platform to work with an ambitious team and develop a strong career vision that matches my personal goals,” said Montague. “Within the first few months of the programme, not only had I gained sales knowledge pertinent to my role, but I’d already experienced valuable insight across the operation of other business units, and well-rounded knowledge of the technology industry. As team leader, I’m looking forward to guiding my team with a results-orientated approach, while also focusing on building relationships and understanding different approaches with our partners.”
As Channel Sales Team Leader, Referral, David Yates will be leading the development of the channel referral team. Having previously spent four years at Exponential-e, where he helped with the conception of the company’s channel team and managed Exponential-e’s office and sales team in Reading, David has returned to the company from a data sales team manager role at Alternative Networks, an Exponential-e reseller customer.
“I’m thrilled to return to the business in a leadership role. Having started my career as one of the original channel team members, I have gained first-hand insight into what our customers and partners value in Exponential-e,” said Yates. “One of the company’s key assets is its agility to adapt to what customers are demanding – and as such, its offering has changed dramatically over the past few years. Through adding exciting products and services catering directly to market demands, Exponential-e’s proposition is currently the market leader. I’m excited to once again be part of the company’s development.”
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