Ambitious VAR Technology Services Group (TSG) has employed former m-hance managing director Andy Hayward as it looks to boost its mid-market business.
Hayward (pictured) has been the managing director of Microsoft Dynamics Gold partner m-hance (formerly Calyx Software) since 2009.
His role at the Newcastle-headquartered firm, which now boasts 12 offices across the UK and holds six Microsoft Gold competencies, will cover the region from Derbyshire and further south, as TSG looks to expand its mid-market customer reach nationwide.
David Stonehouse, chief executive of TSG, said: “Andy brings with him a wealth of technical and sales experience with Microsoft’s CRM and ERP products. He also has an impressive track record of managing complex mid-market strategies and business growth in the sectors we currently focus on which will be invaluable as we move the business forward.”
Speaking of his new role, Hayward said: “Joining TSG represents a fantastic opportunity for me and I am confident I can build on our prominent position in the marketplace.
“I’ve seen many businesses in the industry claim that they can offer the complete end-to-end service. From what I’ve already seen at TSG I can see that our huge breadth in expertise and capability makes us one of a small number of companies that can actually deliver this.
“TSG offers an enviable array of products and has a great team of highly trained and talented experts behind each of them which is reflected in our impressive collection of industry accreditations. We have some amazing customers all over the UK but I think we are merely scratching the surface in terms of potential. I am extremely excited for the future that lies ahead.”
TSG has also created additional jobs in the southern regions with three account directors joining Hayward’s team, and a number of business development manager positions being sought for its London-based office.
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