Sunday, 12 August 2012

New Business Development Manager to boost Intergence’s reach in UK IT optimisation sector

Steve Bulman, Intergence
Intergence, a prominent independent IT optimisation consultancy based in Cambridge, has appointed Steve Bulman as Business Development Manager.

Steve brings a wealth of industry experience; his most recent role being Business Development Manager at PLC listed recruitment group InterQuest Financial Markets, the £50m turnover brand within the group. Steve was responsible for gaining and developing new accounts within the Investment Banking and Asset Management sector, owning the request for proposal and bid process before handing over to a delivery team for fulfilment.

In his new role at Intergence, Steve will be responsible for major account management and new business development across a broad range of verticals within the UK sector. Steve will also focus on selling Intergence’s leading software products, Hyperglance and Actual Experience, as well as it’s full range of professional services.

Reporting to Rob Smith, Chief Operating Officer at Intergence, Steve, who will be based in the UK, said: “This is an extremely exciting time for the company and I am delighted to be joining the team. My past experience includes the management of many challenging and complex projects which involved winning and transitioning managed services, and selling people solutions. This is backed by my sales experience within the telecommunications industry at New Zealand’s preeminent carrier, Telecom New Zealand. I am very pleased to have the opportunity to use my skills and experience to contribute to the company’s growth within the IT optimisation industry”.

Commenting on this latest new appointment at Intergence, Rob said, “I am delighted to welcome Steve to the Intergence team and look forward to working with him. There is a great deal of opportunity for Intergence and this new appointment will help build the reputation the company has forged in recent years and allow us to further extend our reach in the UK sector.”

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