The appointment of three network consultants at Cable & Wireless Communications (CWC) has led to the creation of a new Network Consultancy Team that will play a key role within the communication company’s Business Sales Team.
Robert Taylor, Chris Langlois and Simon Watkins have all joined the firm, bringing with them decades of experience in voice and data networking.
As highly qualified network consultants, their expertise covers all elements of communications networks. The team will play a vital role at CWC, working closely with business clients to ensure they understand all of their requirements and advising on the most appropriate solutions.
On top of the advisory role, the team will design business networks and will liaise with account managers and other areas of CWC’s Channel Islands business to ensure that all clients’ needs are met and wherever possible, exceeded.
Importantly, all three members of the Network Team hold a variety of Cisco professional qualifications and are ITIL v3 accredited, meaning that they work to the highest standards for the delivery of professional IT services. Each of them also holds numerous professional level Cisco certifications.
“I’m delighted that Robert, Chris and Simon have chosen to join CWC and am certain that their appointment to the Network Team will prove to be of enormous benefit to our customers,” said Graham Hughes, CEO, Cable & Wireless Jersey.
“As a team, they clearly enhance our business networking capabilities and will play a leading role in attracting and delivering for our clients. In today’s world where managed services play an increasingly important role, the team will be extremely valuable in ensuring that we continually meet and exceed our clients’ expectations.”
“As businesses in Jersey take on an increasingly global role, the team’s ability to work with networks of any size and across any number of jurisdictions will prove to be invaluable. I’m sure that our clients won’t take long to realise the value that these three professionals add to our overall service offering.”
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