Samuel Sesay joins Softwerx as Service Delivery Manager, bringing over 15 years' experience working with systems integration, platform support and project management. Samuel explains, "I'll be working with the support team to ensure we're always delivering value for money and excellent customer service to businesses right across Cambridgeshire and the UK—while incorporating industry best practices into everything we do."
Liam Collins joins as IT Support Sales Manager, following a role with a large merchant services provider,
"Going from a Multinational PLC to a local company means I have the opportunity to work closely with each of our customers and build some long-term business relationships within the Cambridgeshire area—something I wasn't able to do before."
Dan Golder joins as Internal Sales Executive, after several months' exploring Southeast Asia and previous roles in sales. "I'm really interested in cyber and internet security and Softwerx has particular strengths in this. I'm learning something new every day and look forward to passing this knowledge on to our customers."
Pictured L-R Liam Collins, Dan Golder and Samuel Sesay
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