Quickcomm recently announced that it has made new additions to its Asia Pacific team in order to meet the increasing telecommunications management requirements in the region. The company has also announced several important appointments to its executive board.
In a release, Ian Yates, CEO of Quickcomm, said, "We have recognized the growing demand for telecommunications management across the globe and are committed to providing our customers in Asia Pacific with the best-in-class solutions and services. Our dedicated team is prepared to support the business needs of this region and deliver the most comprehensive telecommunications management solution available."
Under the guidance of Piers Tyler, VP and head of Asia Pacific sales, Quickcomm has been able to increase its operational support team twofold in the last year. The company has also been successful in including five additional sales and account managers. Quickcomm aims to offer first-class support and service to current customers through this extended team, apart from adding new Fortune 500 customers to its clientele.
Accomplishing visibility, power and protection of communications is proving to be a challenge for enterprises across the region. Tyler said, "Our work with many of the world's leading enterprises is demonstrating how telecommunications management can improve business efficiency, drive customer responsiveness, maximize productivity and lower costs."
A major telecommunications management company, Quickcomm aims to offer top-quality offerings to its customers. Customers can manage their communications with Quickcomm's solutions, which offer visibility, protection and supervision of their complete telecommunications property. Apart from abridging the communications processes, customers can produce efficiencies and save money throughout the complete telecommunications management lifecycle with Quickcomm.
Top organizations across the world prefer Quickcomm offerings due to the company’s unmatched technology, knowledgeable telecommunication consultants and dedication in offering excellent customer service. The company launched its operation in the U.S. in 2000, and now has its headquarters in New York City. Some of the major clients of Quickcomm include Verizon Wireless (News - Alert), Citigroup, British Telecom, Siemens, Kraft, BP, Merrill Lynch and Johnson & Johnson.
Edited by Brooke Neuman