New recruits boost Bull 3.0 vision

Jan 03, 2013

Bull UK & Ireland strengthens senior management team with appointment of new sales and services directors

Bull UK & Ireland has announced the appointment of sales director, Nayan Kotecha and services director, Jackie Raybould to its senior management team.

As sales director, Kotecha (pictured) is responsible for framework, technology integrator and managed services sales. Says Andrew Carr, CEO, Bull UK & Ireland: “Nayan has extensive experience in the UK commercial and public sectors and will bring fresh impetus, drive and ideas to the sales team to ensure we deliver sustained growth.”

Previously Kotecha was responsible for commercial sales within IT services at Capita. Prior to that, he worked as a regional sales manager for ComputerLand.

“I’m excited to be joining Bull at such a pivotal stage in its development,” he comments. “Having seen the progress made over the past two years, I am looking forward to supporting Bull’s continued growth in line with the ambitious expansion plans outlined in the Bull 3.0 strategy.”

Kotecha says the firm’s “flexible and agile approach” is in contrast to other larger, mid-tier managed service and infrastructure integrators.

“With the development of Bull 3.0 and the introduction of additional service-based solutions, Bull has a positive future in offering existing customers greater choice and further developing our customer base in new sectors,” he adds.

Kotecha says he will concentrate on driving sales growth, with an initial emphasis on managed services and infrastructure projects. “I will be concentrating, in particular, in growing Bull’s commercial business, to complement our strong presence in the public sector,” he adds.

Raybould, meanwhile, is responsible for all Bull UK & Ireland service delivery and operations.

Previously she was international services director at SCC, where she was responsible for strategic managed services customers and developing an international centre of excellence.

Raybould will focus on ensuring that the company’s services delivery capability can support Bull’s key initiatives around cloud and managed services, information management, including big data storage and advisory services, and high-performance computing (HPC).

Says Carr: “I am delighted that we have managed to fill these key positions with experienced individuals who will bring fresh ideas and new approaches to enable us to continue and accelerate our evolution to Bull 3.0.”

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