Experienced sales director brings new strengths to tmconvey

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7 September 2016


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Simon Wood, Sales director

tmgroup are pleased to welcome Simon Wood as sales director for their tmconvey service, bringing with him nearly 20 years’ experience of leading commercial teams and delivering improvements in customer experiences.

Simon’s passion for ensuring the best possible customer journey remains very much in keeping with tmgroup’s values of being customer focussed and innovative.

His career to date includes various senior appointments at Motorola, Telefonica O2 and Thomson Local, where he has managed a number of sales channels.

Simon has a strong track record for overseeing business growth. He joins as tmgroup are embarking on a significant period of new innovations, having already launched a number of new services for both commercial and residential conveyancers in the first half of 2016.

Commenting on his new role, Simon Wood said:

“Having worked within the property sector for just over a year, and gained a firm grasp of all the major providers, I decided tmgroup was a major player and a genuinely innovative technology company focussed on reaching the entire property space.

Through developing a breadth of technology solutions, tmgroup not only create time and efficiency savings for conveyancers and everyone involved in the property transaction, but also set themselves apart from their nearest competitor.”

Commenting on Simon’s new position, managing director Paul Albone said:

“I am excited to have someone with such strong sales experience on board as tmgroup continues to innovate and grow.

Simon has a good track record and a passion for being customer focussed coupled with recent experience of migrating a sector into the digital age.

Harnessing these strengths in tmconvey, I am confident that Simon will be a valuable addition to the Senior Management Team as we continue to drive towards a strong and successful future.”

 



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