UK distributor Steljes has increased its investment in Ireland with the employment of additional personnel and relocation to new larger offices in Dublin.
Caroline Mohan has been appointed office manager to help with the increased demand the company is experiencing for its solutions. As part of her remit, she will be responsible for dealing with reseller enquiries and demonstrating the latest technologies in the Steljes portfolio. She joins Steljes from J.J. Rhatigan and Company where she was office manager.
As part of the company’s expansion programme in Ireland, Steljes has relocated to a new, larger office in the prestigious Baldonnell Business Park in Dublin. The office has demonstration facilities that include all the latest technologies such as SMART Board interactive whiteboards and panels, AverComm video conferencing solutions, projectors, student laptops and visualisers. This facility is open to all Steljes’ resellers to use free of charge so that they can host their customers and demonstrate the latest technologies available.
“The new office supports our continued growth in Ireland,” said Greg Tierney, commercial director at Steljes Ireland. “We have hired new staff as we continue to scale the business to keep up with demand.”
Steljes says that its Ireland operation has enjoyed tremendous success over the last three years and has gained market leadership position in the interactive whiteboard category with SMART Board interactive whiteboards. Following its success in the education market, Steljes will be increasing its investment in the corporate market and helping its resellers take advantage of the opportunities that this market offers.
“2011 will see an increased focus on the corporate market that will bring new revenue streams to our resellers whilst maintaining our position as the leading distributor for the education sector,” said Martine Dodwell-Bennett, sales and marketing director, Steljes. “These are exciting times for Steljes and our continued investment in Ireland is testament that we believe the Irish economy is on its way to recovery.”