- West Thames College, England'O' Levels
- West Thames CollegeComputer Sience
A professional innovative individual with excellent sales, managerial, product management and technical ability. Ian is an IT advocate with outstanding strategic awareness within the industry with expertise in challenging complex solutions. A highly certified Cisco specialist and former Cisco UC Trusted Technical Advisor and more recently UC Sales Executive & Global Voice TSP (Technology Sales Professional) within the Advanced Technologies Group for Microsoft in North America.
- AvayaUnified Communications Sales Specialist, Market Intelligence & Strategy, 2011 - present
- MicrosoftUC Sales Executive & Global Voice TSP, 2008 - 2011
- Fujitsu ServicesSolution Director & UC Programme Manager, 2005 - 2008
- UnisysPrincipal Networking & Communications Consultant, 2001 - 2005
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