Quickcomm to expand team in Asia Pacific telecom market

Telecom Lead Asia: Telecommunications Management solution
provider Quickcomm has decided to expand its team in Asia Pacific (APAC) mobile

As part of the expansion plan, Quickcomm has doubled its
operational support team in the past twelve months and added five new sales and
account managers. The expanded team will focus on providing support and service
to existing customers while also adding to its list of Fortune 500 customers.

The expansion is to support the growing demand for
telecommunications management in the region. Enterprises throughout the region
are struggling to achieve visibility, control and security of their

Our work with many of the world’s leading enterprises is
demonstrating how telecommunications management can improve business efficiency,
drive customer responsiveness, maximise productivity and lower costs,” said
Piers Tyler, vice president and head of Asia Pacific Sales, Quickcomm.

We have recognized the growing demand for
telecommunications management across the globe and are committed to providing
our customers in Asia Pacific with the best-in-class solutions and services,”
said Ian Yates, CEO, Quickcomm.

Quickcomm’s solutions enable multinational customers to
take control of their communications by providing visibility, security and
management of their entire telecommunications estate. With Quickcomm, customers
can simplify their communications processes while generating efficiencies and
cost savings throughout the entire telecommunications management lifecycle.

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