Workflo Solutions appoints its first sales director

08/02/2022
Jonathan Weir

FAST-growing outsourced managed services provider, Workflo Solutions, has promoted Jonathan Weir to become its first Sales Director in recognition of his ten years’ service with the business.

Having started with Workflo Solutions in 2012, following five years with another managed print services provider, Jonathan began his time at Workflo Solutions in new business development – a role he will continue to fulfil alongside his new position as Sales Director.

He has extensive experience and knowledge of the managed print services business and will now assume responsibility for the strategic leadership of the field sales and tele-sales departments in both Livingston and at the company’s north-west hub in Accrington, East Lancashire, contributing to the overall growth strategy and helping the business to scale up for further success across the UK.

Jonathan Weir comments, “My new role represents a fantastic and challenging opportunity for me where I can combine both a business development and sales director role. The field sales and tele sales teams reporting to me are first class and I have every confidence that our market share will continue to soar as we emerge fully from the pandemic.

Ten years on from my first role as a tele sales executive with the company, I have reached a significant personal milestone and I’m so thrilled to be given this opportunity as Workflo Solutions’ first ever Sales Director.” 

Michael Field, managing director of Workflo Solutions commented:

“Jonathan’s promotion to Sales Director is richly deserved.  He has built a highly successful track record and is a steadfast ‘backbone’ to our day-to-day operations. I now warmly welcomed him into the newly created Sales Director role. His contribution to the overall growth strategy and helping the business scale up for further success as we emerge from the pandemic will be invaluable. This will be an exciting time to lead our sales function, as our brand significantly broadens its reach and scope.”

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