Copper and optical cabling infrastructure provider Excel Networking Solutions announced the further expansion of its UK business development team. Daniel McKeon was recently promoted to business development manager for Excel, and will be covering the Central England region between Leeds and Milton Keynes, including Wales, West Midlands and East Midlands.
Jason Holroyd, director of business development at Excel, commented, “I am looking forward to working more closely with Daniel throughout 2019 in this exciting new role. I am confident that his knowledge of the Excel brand and experience of working alongside consultants and contractors will stand him in good stead to continue to drive opportunities for the business.”
According to Excel, McKeon’s responsibilities in the new role "will include liaising with consultants, M&E contractors, main contractors and end users about their IT infrastructure requirements for upcoming projects, to ensure they are compliant with the latest industry standards and regulations." He will also be actively involved with the design of networks to ensure the components cover all aspects of the clients’ requirements.
McKeon commented, “I am hugely excited about taking on this new and challenging role with Excel. Having worked in the business development team for the last two years in a support role, I have gained a great deal of knowledge and experience so I am confident that I can help to educate consultants and end users on the latest standard updates and about the breadth of the product offering and the capabilities of the Excel brand, particularly in line with the new Excel PON Solution. I have thoroughly enjoyed my time with Excel so far and I’m keen to apply my skills and experience of the industry in this new role to continue to support the business’ success.”
Along with McKeon’s promotion, Excel also announced the addition of Lorna MacQuillin to its team as business development executive. Lorna will be based at Excel's St Neot’s Office in the UK, where she will provide support and assistance to the wider business development team.
Excel's Holroyd concluded, “This expansion to the Business Development team marks an exciting start to the year. Working closely with our existing projects team, I am keen to see the positive impact that these changes will have on the business over the coming twelve months.”
To learn out more about Excel, visit www.excel-networking.com.