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Cobweb Answers appoints new MD after distribution trade sale

Cobweb Answers, a Fareham-based IT supplier, has appointed Clare Satchwell as managing director. Clare’s appointment comes following the sale of Cobweb’s distribution trade.

Clare first labored for Cobweb in 1999, returning in 2018 following a a hit few years operating her personal on-line trade.

She stated: “I’m proud and honoured to be appointed as Managing Director of Cobweb. Over contemporary years the corporate has grown each financially and within the stage of reinforce we offer.

“Transferring ahead we can proceed to ship a 100% buyer focussed manner. Working out the cloud can also be complicated, however serving to organisations optimize and lower your expenses thru cloud adoption is essential within the present financial local weather.

“Additionally, at a time of extraordinary cyber threats, we proceed to make sure we teach and offer protection to our shoppers to stay their companies protected. I do know our remarkable crew of execs are able to take Cobweb to the following stage.”

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Since its established order in 1996, Cobweb has grown to serve greater than 4,000 small to medium-sized enterprises, changing into a Cloud Controlled Provider Supplier (CSP/MSP) and Gold Microsoft Spouse alongside the way in which.

The company used to be additionally lately awarded Cyber Answers Supplier of the 12 months at The Trade Mag‘s South Coast Generation Awards. It boasts plenty of well known world manufacturers amongst its purchasers.

Cobweb Proprietor and Chairman, Paul Hannam stated: “The sale of our distribution trade method we will go back to our roots and pay attention only on our direct shoppers. Clare has labored within the Cobweb Staff for over 10 years of our 25-year historical past and I’m overjoyed that she agreed to take the Cobweb trade ahead’.

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