We’re delighted to welcome Bal Gill to the Ten-25 team, who joins us as our new Business Development Manager.

Bal brings with him a wealth of experience across multiple sectors in developing new business opportunities. Having worked with both Builders’ Merchant and technology sectors before, Bal has a great deal of relevant knowledge and insight to bring to the role.

Welcome to Bal Gill!

Bal said, “I’m really looking forward to working with the team here at Ten-25 and meeting customers, both existing and new. Having seen the new software in action I’m really excited about what it can do, and am sure it’s going to get a really positive response in the market – it’s a great opportunity and I can’t wait to get started.”

Over the next few weeks you can expect a call from Bal as he’s working his way through our customers to introduce himself. If you’d like to get in touch with him in the interim with any queries or ideas, please drop him an email: balgill@ten-25.co.uk

 

Exciting times

It’s been a great month for us, as Bal is joining just a few days after the promotion of long-term customer support analyst George Ritchie to Services Manager. Most of you will already know George, who has been a part of the Ten-25 team since 2001 and is based in the Ayr office in Scotland. He will be taking on more responsibility for both customer care and ongoing project management in his new role. (He even had his own blog last week – which you can read here if you missed it 🙂 )

Our MD Ian said, “These are exciting times for Ten-25. Bal’s experience in business development will bring welcome resource to the launch of UT400 which we’re all looking forward to. UT400 really is a ground-breaking system and the more hands we have on deck to help new customers discover what it can do, the better. It’s something we all really believe in, and we can’t wait to get it up and running and transforming the businesses we work with.”

So, please join us in welcoming Bal to the Ten-25 team, and in congratulating George once again on his well deserved promotion. If that doesn’t deserve a glass of something cold and sparkling, we don’t know what does.