Callcredit Public Sector bolsters expertise with seven key appointments
The Public Sector team has grown from strength to strength since its acquisition in 2014 by Callcredit Information Group and continues its success with seven new key appointments.
A trusted partner to many public sector organisations, Callcredit has strengthened its team of specialists, by bringing in more experts from both local and central government departments, to further help develop its current local and central government propositions as well as enter into new markets.
The new appointments include*; Victoria Jackson, Local Authority Account Manager responsible for the ThreeSixty Hub; Tiffany Thackwray, Consultant who will deliver performance improvement and project management consultancy, Senior Business Development Managers – Andy Ward, responsible for the Blue Light sector; Oliver Abbot, responsible for local authority clients in the North of England; Tony Holness, responsible for targeting central government new business; Jayne Colbert, responsible for local authority clients in London and Kevin Gilhooly who will be responsible for the Social and Affordable Housing sector.
Ray Fielding, CEO, Callcredit Public Sector said: “When Coactiva made the decision to become a part of Callcredit Information Group it was with the intention to provide both businesses with the opportunity to combine our offerings and to increase our joint presence in the public sector. Over the last twelve and a half months it soon became clear that by bringing our expertise together was an excellent decision. Now as one combined business we have the expertise and the unique knowledge, insight and range of innovative solutions to be able to access new markets as well as continue to deliver within our currents markets.”
James Hilton, Head of Sales - Central and Local Government, Callcredit Public Sector said: “I am delighted to be welcoming even more talent into the team. These new appointments demonstrate how committed we are to developing our public sector business and expertise. By continuing to reinforce our capability we are better positioned to help our clients make smarter, more informed decisions – and make a real difference to public services.”
Andrew Davis, Head of Sales – Emerging Markets, Callcredit Public Sector said: “The Public sector will always be an industry that is evolving and with that we have to ensure that we have the quality of staff that reflects this. If we want to advance into new markets (including Health, Blue Light and Social and Affordable Housing) and provide our clients with the latest in technology and expertise our team needs to reflect this, which is why we have made these key appointments.”
Callcredit works with over 250 local authorities and organisations across social housing, educational establishments, the emergency services, health and leisure and central government. Alongside this Callcredit has partnered with several organisations, such as CIPFA to help deliver innovative solutions to public sector organisations.
Photo caption: Some of the new starters at Callcredit – L/R: Oliver Abbott, Kevin Gilhooly, Victoria Jackson, Andy Ward and Tony Holness