Argon Technologies appoints new Head of Sales
Argon Technologies has announced the appointment of Gareth Hooson-Owen as Head of Sales.
Gareth joined the team on 1st July 2013, bringing with him a strong sales and business development background within the B2B technology sector, having recently worked at Darwin and Viking Office Systems. He is also well known as the President of Douglas Rugby Club. He will be taking the lead in a restructured sales team, with a brief to continue the re-genesis of the business that has followed the takeover from 2e2.
Gareth commented: “Argon Technologies is a dynamic company with a strong future, and I am excited to play my part in its development. Iain Fairbairn, the Managing Director, clearly understands the needs of local businesses and has implemented an ambitious investment program for the business that will ensure Argon will stay at the forefront of corporate IT service provision on the Island. The team are already getting to grips with a large investment into new hardware that Iain has made, with the promise of more to come in the very near future.”
Since buying 2e2 Isle of Man from its struggling UK parent company in February and re-launching as Argon Technologies Limited, Iain Fairbairn and the Argon Team have been working to ensure continuity of service to all clients across the various product disciplines supported by Argon. Iain enthused: “I am very pleased Gareth is joining Argon. He is very well known in the Island’s business community and has a professional approach to business development. When we combine his skills with that of our excellent technical and engineering team we have a great platform from which to support both new and existing clients. Having successfully stabilized the business, the focus has now shifted to developing the business into the premier provider of integrated IT services on the Island. We do offer everything, so that clients don’t need to go anywhere else.”
He continued: “With Gareth joining our team and further announcements coming I am confident Argon will be a strong contender in the Island’s IT sector.”
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