New faces aim to push telecom firm's success.
He will support the company's ambitious drive within the converged telecoms market by providing technical support to the sales team as they continue to roll-out solutions which will enable businesses to merge their mobile, landline and data via a converged system.
Huw Stiley, managing director of the Word, said: "These appointments are integral to developing and growing the Word's offering to existing and new clients.
Paul's sound knowledge and expertise will play a big part in forming new relationships while building on our existing customer communications. Steven will be integral to making complex-sounding technology accessible to our customers and to the delivery of our unified communication solutions, which will enable us to expand into new markets and help achieve our growth plans for 2010.
"These appointments are a key step in our transition to offering customers a total solution."
CARDIFF-BASED business communication solutions provider, theWord, has strengthened its team with the appointment of a business development manager and a senior systems engineer.
New business development manager Paul Nocivelli joins the company from BT Corporate Services, where he spent 15 years as corporate sales manager for Wales. He will drive forward theWord's new fixed line division.
At BT Mr Nocivelli managed and developed accounts for the company's corporate division, bringing in large business accounts worth up to pounds 1m. At theWord he will be responsible for bringing in business while developing and building relationships with customers receiving fixed and converged voice solutions.
As senior systems engineer, Steven Bower brings with him more than a decade of technical telecommunications experience, previously working at Boucon Networks in Swansea
Paul Nocivelli and Steven Bower, of theWord
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|Publication:||Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)|
|Date:||Aug 25, 2010|
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