TietoEnator names Beckett sales manager and Bowdery account director in UK
06 July 2006 | 1892 views | 0
Source: TietoEnator Financial Solutions UK
TietoEnator Financial Solutions UK has announced two new appointments within the sales operation.
Paul Beckett joins TietoEnator as Sales Manager, and Jeff Bowdery takes up the newly created role of Account Director. Beckett and Bowdery, both long term ex-Unisys employees, have worked in the Financial Services industry for many years, and bring formidable experience to their new positions.
Before joining TietoEnator, Paul Beckett led the New Business team at Unisys, where he had worked for over 14 years. Commenting on his role at TietoEnator, Beckett said, "My work with new clients will help confirm TietoEnator as a major force in the UK. TietoEnator helps their customers to achieve improved ROI through innovation and close co-operation and this is an area where my experience will add substantial benefit."
Bowdery joins TietoEnator after 18 years at Unisys where he has been a Senior Account Director. Bowdery's responsibilities at TietoEnator include managing the relationship with key banking accounts, including HBOS, RBS and Barclays. Bowdery adds, "I am delighted to join the company at this exciting point in its corporate development. TietoEnator has a fantastic product set, immensely talented people and a corporate ambition to be the best. I believe my experience can accelerate our growth and I look forward to the opportunities made possible in this newly created role."
Linda Fisher, Managing Director, TietoEnator Financial Solutions UK comments, "We are delighted to announce these two new customer focussed appointments to bring further substance and depth to our growing sales operation. As TietoEnator becomes better known in the UK we are again demonstrating the success we have in attracting the best people in the industry. This supports our objective of delivering continued value to existing customers while winning more and more new business. Paul and Jeff's experience will prove invaluable in achieving this objective."