Phil Brown Gets Promoted and is the New B2B Director of Micro-P

Posted by Unknown Tuesday, July 9, 2013

From his commercial director position, Phil Brown gets a promotion and his company Micro-P has appointed him as the B2B director. His role now involves a sharp focus on channel growth.

Brown who has started caring of his new role will now focus much on the company’s core IT and its other wings growth. He is supposed to ensure resellers understand how to grow further and develop altogether.

He has been performing in the role of the commercial director since 2011. Micro-P was looking for a replacement for Paul Bryan who has already been promoted to the role of managing director in last April.

How to Develop a Mobile Optimized Site?

Posted by Sonu Kumar Sunday, July 7, 2013

Leading Vodafone platinum partner and business telecoms provider come together to establish a£40 million turnover company and the creation of 70 new jobs. 

One of the leading partners and one of best social media Premier Telecom and Business Phones Direct (BPD) have merged to form One Com.

The establishment of OneCom establishes a company with a turnover of more than £40 million and the creation of 70 new jobs, taking total staff numbers to nearly 300 people.

OneCom has six offices spread throughout the UK. It’s head office is based in Fareham, Hampshire, with regional offices in Leeds, Hereford, Camberley in Surrey, Southampton and Plymouth.

Premier Telecom, which has won Vodafone’s ‘Platinum Partner of the Year’ award for the past two years, manages more than 150,000 mobile connections with customers including London Transport, NHS and B&Q.

Vodafone and Sainsbury have embarked on a new venture to bring in a new mobile service. It will be a supermarket chain mobile service in the UK. Moreover, reports show that Sainsbury mobile sets are going to hit the market later this summer both in the store and online. They added that customers will be given points and credit for using this mobile service.

Sources have confirmed that it would a 50-50 joint venture. The management would comprise of top larders from both the companies.

Guy Laurence, Vodafone UK CEO said:“Both businesses will capitalize on their respective strengths in this venture to offer an exciting product range to customers.”