Insight is set to bolster its UK mid-market sales team during 2009.
Stuart Fenton, EMEA president at Insight, said the firm anticipates recruiting a further 50 to 100 people over the next 12 months.
“We are continuing to invest and are seeing real strength in the mid-market space,” he said. “We feel that our approach in this space is more effective than our competitors’.”
The VAR has also signed a global strategic alliance with Gold-level
Microsoft Dynamics partner Tectura.
“The value that Tectura brings is advanced Microsoft services around Dymanics and Navision, which are in demand,” said Fenton.
“We anticipate that as a result of this partnership we will win more business from our existing clients as they consolidate their supply chain through Insight.”
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