Manx Telecom has appointed John Corrigan as Corporate Sales Account Manager. He has over 16 years’ experience in national and international sales, operations, and managerial roles in the enterprise, ICT, and aviation sectors. Prior to joining Manx Telecom he worked as an independent consultant focusing on sales and go to market strategies for companies operating in the data and mobile technologies sectors.
His clients included Armac Systems, a specialist data analytics solution provider targeting large enterprises and aerospace companies and PC Monitor, a remote monitoring and diagnostic solutions provider. From 2006 to 2012 he was Executive Director for Sales and Commercial activities at Skypaq. Skypaq provides a range of web and enterprise software solutions for the aerospace industry. Prior to this John worked as a Key Account Director for Cable & Wireless Worldwide and as an international country and channel manager for Mitel for five years, a role which took him to London and Melbourne.
As Manx Telecom’s Corporate Sales Account Manager his main responsibilities will be to focus on the eGaming and financial services sectors, with a strong emphasis on sales alignment strategies in order to lead business growth.
Commenting on his appointment, John said:
“I am really excited about my new role with Manx Telecom. What initially attracted me to the company was its excellent reputation in the market for customer service and the provision of leading technology solutions. The impressive list of eGaming and financial services clients confirmed I was making the right career move.”
Fergal McKenna, Manx Telecom Sales Director, welcomed the appointment and commented:
“John has a wealth of sales experience and a strong technical background, which means he’s a fantastic asset to the company and we wish him every success in his new role.”
John, who grew up in County Kildare, graduated from Trinity College Dublin in 1993 with a BSc Honours degree in Management. He is relocating to the Island from the Republic of Ireland where his interests away from work included being a coach with Clontarf GAA (Gaelic Athletic Association) junior teams. John is also a member of St Anne’s Golf Club in Dublin, which he has represented in inter-club competitions, and has a keen interest in most team sports, including Gaelic football, hurling, rugby union and football.