Orca Telecom today announces a key appointment to its team, bolstering its position in the market.
Susan Moore, who takes up the role of customer care consultant with the firm, is well placed to enhance Orca’s service offering. Having sharpened her skills in a number of business disciplines including marketing, graphic design and business management, Susan holds a very well rounded business background and an excellent focus on customer service.
Susan will be responsible for liaising with Orca Telecom’s customers to foster strong relationships, whilst responding to enquiries and delivering specialist services on request.
The firm, which began trading in August 2011, has created an enviable track record in oil and gas, bolstering a name for itself as a dedicated, customer-driven provider of business critical services, both onshore and offshore. It now counts a host of Aberdeen-based oil and gas companies amongst its portfolio of clients, such as Dana Petroleum, Hunting Energy Services and Sterling Resources, as well as legal firm, Stronachs Solicitors and serviced offices, Bluesky Business Space. It boasts a highly skilled team, and has enjoyed an exceptionally rapid growth period as word-of-mouth about its refreshing approach to telecoms increases.
Rory McEwan, Director at Orca Telecom comments, “We are exceptionally fortunate to have established a successful business which holds a clear focus centred around trusted, long-term relationships with our clients. With 30 months of trading under our belt, we have continues to also exceeded its expectations globally, having delivered projects across the UK and beyond in the past 12 months.
“Susan joins us at an exciting time, as we aim to build on this year’s success. We look forward to welcoming her to the team and applying her skills and experience as we forge forward.”
Susan Moore says, “I am delighted to join the team here at Orca Telecom. With a refreshing approach to the telecoms industry, the team have successfully built on existing contacts to tender and win sizeable contracts. To join such an enthusiastic team with a bright future ahead of them is really exciting. I look forward to getting to know the business in much more detail and applying my knowledge to develop professional relationships as the company continues to grow.”
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