News : VoiceSage Brings Senior Sales Leader On Board
Dublin, Ireland, & Birmingham, UK, May 23, 2016 -- Customer communications technology market provider VoiceSage confirmed the appointment of a dynamic new sales director who’s mission is to take its sales operation to the next level.
Under the leadership of new hire Steven Robertson, the twin-headquartered Irish and British software provider plans to expand both existing geographies but also put blue water between it and its rivals in international markets, in particular to drive VoiceSage growth in international markets.
Robertson brings 25+ years of strategic sales and management experience to the position, including building complete sales ecosystems across Europe and even further afield.
His CV includes 15 years in senior directorial roles in the contact centre, telephony and professional services space at firms offering contact centre solutions, testing & monitoring, service & performance assurance, managed services, cloud-based services and professional services – the perfect background for his new challenge.
Discussing his new role, for Robertson, "I’m thrilled to have joined such a forward-thinking company that offers such great solutions and great people, and look forward to bringing my international sales skill set to bear and spearheading growth in new regions and getting us to our next stage of success."
Commenting on the appointment, James J Kett, Chief Executive Officer of the company, adds, "Steven’s immense experience in developing and driving new business globally, especially in the US, combined with our strong customer communications stack will, without question, put us in a very strong position for the year ahead."
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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Founded in 2002, VoiceSage is a privately owned company. It enables organisations to automate voice communications - including interactive messages - from PCs to any phone, anywhere in the world, by placing thousands of personalised calls or text messages simultaneously. In this way, organisations can inform customers and efficiently complete their B2C communications tasks, while at the same time freeing up skilled customer service personnel to concentrate on revenue generating activities.
Published: Tuesday, May 24, 2016