We are delighted to announce that we have two new joiners to Frontier’s business development team. They will be managing a number of our key client accounts and will help to build Frontier’s business development strategy. Joanne and Dale will both be involved in our on-premise and cloud computing solutions businesses; they will also work closely with our IT partners. As Frontier continues to grow rapidly as an organisation, our new starters bring a wealth of knowledge to our business and continue our strategy for expansion.
Joanne Hannon is a former Solutions Architect at Double-Take by Vision Solutions, her previous job role was focused on designing and building business continuity and disaster recovery solutions for all industry sectors including retail, MOD, public sector, NHS, Finance and Legal. She acted as the boundary between the sales and the service team to ensure the client received the solution they required.
“I decided to join to Frontier Technology business development team as I have seen this as an exciting opportunity to move into the Cloud Services domain whilst applying my previous knowledge of providing business continuity & DR. My role here is definitely very hands-on, I’m thrilled to be working in a such a fast-growing company!”
Jo likes all things nerdy, is an online gamer, and is a member of the National Trust. Follow her on Twitter @Jannon_01
Dale recently joined Frontier Technology business development team after thirty years, with Transam and Eurodata; it was time for a change! Over the past ten years, he has focused on the server and storage infrastructure and data management markets and was involved in the early days of both shared storage and server virtualisation technologies.
On joining us Dale said “I was keen to work with an organisation that shared my vision for delivering IT services in a cloud model, Frontier Technology was an early player in this market with an established platform. I had worked with some of the Frontier consultants previously and knew about their skills and commitment, they were the sort of people that I wanted to work with.”
“My three children keep me busy, but when I have the time I like to try to look after old things, my house and car spring to mind! Somewhat opposite to my day job! I love to ski, travel, sporting events, and enjoy a real ale or three when I get a chance.”