The ABS team has grown!
We would like to share a warm welcome to not only one, but TWO new starters here at ABS HQ!
Toby joins us as a trainee networking installer and Hannah was recruited internally to the sales and marketing department as our new customer relationship advisor.
We called on Toby to help support our ever-expanding customer base with photocopier, printer and managed print deliveries, installations, networking and training.
In his spare time, Toby loves to build up camper vans with his Dad and working out at the gym. Toby comments on his hobbies and joining ABS, “Working on a van and seeing it through to the end gives me the feeling of accomplishment and I hope I can transfer my technical skills to this vital role within ABS.”
He’s good at posing and bad at reaching the top shelf.
Hannah has been part of the ABS team since February 2016 where she has been one of the main points of contact for customers, particularly monitor printing equipment, toners & preventative maintenance through our remote monitoring software.
As our new customer relationship advisor, Hannah is ideally positioned and has the experience to spend time with current customers to review and report on print as well as showcasing our expanding portfolio of both document and IT solutions.
Hannah is excited to be on the front line, using skills from her previous role to help customers get the most out of their print with ABS. Her knowledge of products and our services makes Hannah a perfect fit for this role.
Hannah’s enthusiasm has added a buzz to an already busy department, “I’m excited to be taking on this new role. I’m ready for a new challenge and everything that comes with it. Not only will I be able to convey our expanding product portfolio to current managed print customers but I will be introducing new customers to all the great things ABS does, including the Foundation, where I’ve been a trustee for several months.”
Welcome to the family Toby and good luck to you and Hannah in your new roles here at ABS.
You can meet the rest of the ABS family and find out what they are good and bad at by clicking here.