Communications technology business TeleWare announces that it has strengthened its senior team with the appointment of Darren Rawlinson as Senior Channel Manager, Mobile. He will be responsible for driving incremental revenues and enabling competitive advantages through creating strong commercial partnerships.
Darren has more than 17 years’ experience in the industry and has held senior and consultancy roles at companies such as Ingram Micro Mobility and Compare52. He was responsible for the onboarding of Compare52 at Ingram Micro. Darren has extensive experience with mobile virtual network enablers (NVNE) and played an integral part in the full creation and launch of the MVNO IQ Mobile.
Darren Rawlinson said, “Enthuse and educate is my belief and the way I like to work. It’s important to me that the industry is constantly pushing forward and developing. I think that TeleWare has been in the forefront of this, especially with products such as Skype for Business Recording, which adds important enhancements to a solution that is seeing increasingly widespread usage in the business world.”
Steve Haworth, CEO TeleWare said, “He is very well-respected and connected throughout the industry and will bring those connections to bear at TeleWare. We’re currently in a growth phase, I believe Darren will play a key role in furthering this. We are in a market where there’s lots of opportunity to gain market share. We’ve always believed that we can be stronger together and achieve that growth organically through partnerships. Quality partnerships have a key role to play in growing and maintaining a successful business as they allow us to share insight, risk and development. I’m delighted to be welcoming Darren to TeleWare and am looking forward to further developing our partnership programme with them playing integral roles.”
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