Saturday, July 20, 2024

Infuse Technology appoints head of sales and procurement

Simon Hulland joins Derby-based IT services provider Infuse Technology in a new role as head of sales and procurement as the firm continues to strengthen its team and grow its client base of Midlands and UK-based businesses.

With 30 years’ experience in IT, Simon started his career at 18 as an IT consultant and engineer at Infuse’s group company PKF Smith Cooper where he worked for over 10 years, before he transitioned into IT sales and procurement.

In the past five years, Simon established a complete global procurement and logistics department at a UK IT firm, whilst simultaneously running their UK sales department.

Simon will be taking this experience into his new role at Infuse, where he will head up all sales and procurement for their existing and new clients, as well as proactively looking at ways to continually grow their portfolio of services to better serve their clients.

Paul Howard, Managing Director of Infuse, said: “We are delighted to welcome Simon to Infuse and to push forward with our growth plans across the Midlands and UK. With Simon’s extensive experience in IT, sales and procurement, we are confident he will be an asset to our specialist team and instrumental to our future growth.”

Simon Hulland, head of sales and procurement, said: “I am excited to be joining Infuse and applying my expertise from my career so far to my new role here. Working with people, building connections and securing new business opportunities are where my passions lie. I have lots of ideas I can’t wait to implement and look forward to helping Infuse further their expansion plans.”

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