Published on May 18th, 2016 | by Jack Eagle0
Spectralink continue EMEA expansion with the opening of new UK office
Spectralink have announced the opening of a new Sales and Marketing office in Bracknell, UK, to support the company’s continued expansion efforts in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
In April, Spectralink announced the opening of a new European R&D centre in Horsens, Denmark, where, through the acquisition of KIRK in 2006, the company has had a presence since 1892. To further support both partners and customers, Spectralink has also opened a new sales and marketing hub in the UK, demonstrating the importance of its ongoing sales momentum and expansion across EMEA.
As Spectralink continues to focus on the provision of DECT, Wi-Fi and enterprise inbuilding wireless solutions, the opening of a dedicated sales and marketing centre ensures the company will continue to support key EMEA business relationships and promote local sales opportunities and incentives.
Spectralink’s new UK office ensures that both customers and partners will receive devoted sales support and marketing offers that align to the value proposition Spectralink solutions can offer EMEA customers, maximizing expert knowledge of the healthcare, retail, hospitality, and manufacturing markets.
This is another important step in building the Spectralink sales and marketing operation in EMEA to ensure we are closer to our partners and in a position to better serve the business needs of our end customers.” commented Simon Rayne, Managing Director of Sales and Services for Spectralink EMEA, now based in the new Bracknell office. “My goals for the EMEA business, across both Horsens and the UK, is to offer EMEA-centric solutions with a dedicated team, and directly engage with our valued EMEA customers.”
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