Jamie Norman, Chris Mason, Matthew Walsh and Stephen Galloway.

Sales team growth at Progressive Solutions

Published:  01 August, 2011

RUNCORN: Four new members of staff have been appointed to the sales team at builder and timber merchant software company, Progressive Solutions (PSI).

Matthew Walsh and Chris Mason have joined the field sales team for the North and South of the UK respectively. Mr Mason brings an extensive software sales background to PSI having sold ERP, BI, web sales and warehouse management systems to distribution businesses and merchants, as well as taking software into new markets. Mr Walsh’s background includes business development for complex technology products as well as sales of ERP software into the construction supply sector.

Jamie Norman joins the team as internal sales manager to oversee the link between internal and external Sales. Marketing will also come under Mr Norman’s remit making the most of his extensive business to business sales and marketing background and qualifications. The first member of Mr Norman’s new team is Stephen Galloway who has worked in telemarketing and telephone account management for some major blue chip organisations.

As PSI celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, managing director Arthur Duffy, said: “These appointments reflect our commitment to growth and our confidence that bisTrack software is the product to help lead our customers towards a more profitable future.”

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