Industry veteran David Wilson appointed Sales Director

Monday, 25 June, 2012

David Wilson, Sales Director for TRACKER

Fleet telematics and stolen vehicle recovery expert, TRACKER, continues to focus on the expansion of the business with the appointment of David Wilson as Sales Director. Bringing over 18 years' strategic sales development experience, David aims to drive sales growth via innovation, customer excellence and sales management. This appointment confirms TRACKER's commitment to investing in a team of directors focused at pushing market expansion and revenue growth.

David joins TRACKER from his position as Managing Director of JLD Interim Management, where he was responsible for providing sales growth and post-merger integration skills to blue chip organisations. Prior to this, David forged a highly successful sales, marketing and customer services career, in the utilities, logistics and business services industries. He has worked for a number of high profile companies, including British Gas, Rentokil and Npower, in both the B2B and B2C arenas.

During his time at British Gas, David was instrumental in transforming the large monopoly into a sales focused, customer centric and value driven business that could compete and win in a highly competitive market place. This wide range of experience will be crucial to his role at TRACKER.

David says, "TRACKER is a market leader in an exciting growth market, making this an ideal opportunity for me to apply my strategic sales expertise in a new industry. I will be focusing on driving market expansion, by identifying new business opportunities and developing sales winning strategies, supported by creative solutions, designed to drive up business performance."

Stephen Doran, Managing Director of TRACKER comments, "David's experience, coupled with his ability to engage quickly with industries, businesses and people, mean he is the ideal person to head up the sales division. His proven leadership and reputation for identifying and assessing new business opportunities leaves him perfectly placed to build on the success of TRACKER to achieve first rate results in new markets."

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