NG BAILEY BROADENS EXPERTISE ACROSS IT SERVICES DIVISION WITH RAFT OF NEW RECRUITS
28 July 2014 – NG BAILEY has strengthened its specialist IT Services division with a raft of senior appointments, broadening its expertise.
The recruitment drive has seen the company target some of the sector’s leading talent as part of its blueprint for staying at the forefront of innovation.
The addition of four new recruits, as well as two internal promotions, is designed to add an extra dimension to a new-look sales team.
Kelly Tedesco, business development director of the IT Services division, said: “The recruitment drive is a clear signal of our ambition to invest in the future and maintain our position as a leader in one of the fastest-moving, and fastest-growing, sectors.
“To attract people of this calibre and experience, from some of the biggest names in the market, underlines how far NG Bailey has come in the field of IT Services and our determination to extend our skills base.”
She added: “By expanding our pool of talent in this way, we have created a strong platform on which to deliver a full suite of bespoke solutions and products to meet clients’ IT needs, however challenging they may be.”
Joining the team as external appointments are:
Emma Goodman as interimhead of account management. She previously worked at Brocade Communications, where she was a territory account manager. Prior to that she held senior roles at Mayflex, Datwyler Cables and Blackbox Network Services.
Stephen Moore – rail sales manager. He has moved from Daisy Group PLC, where he was account director.
Gary Gethin – external account manager. He arrives from ITM Communications, where he spent seven years as a business development manager.
Joe Hargreaves – account manager. Joe has been recruited from the Comms-care Group, where he was account director, having previously worked at Capita IT Services and Telindus.
Two internal promotions include Dave Ruthven as head of new sales – who has been promoted internally from his role as business development manager. And Paul Wylie – account manager, who moves into the IT Services team from the company’s Engineering division, where he has worked for 15 years.
Kelly added: “The experience of both new and existing team members will help us build on recent successes and further develop the business for the future. Each brings a unique skill set which will play an important role in contributing to our – and more importantly – our clients’ future success.”
About NG Bailey
NG Bailey is the UK’s leading independent engineering, IT and facilities services business with a deserved reputation for excellence. NG Bailey offers integration from the outset of a project, from planning and design through the supply chain, to off-site manufacture, installation and maintenance.
As a market leader, the £425m turnover company is committed to offering tailored and innovative solutions and has a proven track record in doing so in a broad range of market sectors. NG Bailey’s 2,500 people are at the heart of the organisation and it is recognised that the company has one of the industry’s foremost apprenticeship schemes. www.ngbailey.com