Alphabet is further expanding its account management team following twelve months of sales success.
The leasing company has announced the appointment of three additional account managers - Rob Lewis, Leanne Cheshire and Jane Goodwin - to meet increasing demand for its range of mobility management products and maintain service levels.
With more than 30 years’ corporate mobility experience between them, Lewis, Cheshire and Goodwin bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to Alphabet and will play a crucial role in assisting customers with the strategic direction of their fleet, ensuring it is run in line with their objectives and future business needs.
The new appointments are part of the business’s efforts to enhance Alphabet’s customer service, which has already seen a significant investment in re-skilling and training, as well as the restructuring of centralised business operations across Alphabet’s two UK offices.
"We’re delighted to welcome Rob, Leanne and Jane on board,” said Richard Schooling, CEO at Alphabet. "2013 was a hugely successful year for Alphabet and saw us welcoming a number of new customers.
"In order to maintain the highest levels of customer care, it is essential that we continue to invest in our people. Appointing a number of additional account managers means our customers benefit from proactive and strategic account management.
"The appointments are just part of the story for the growing account management team which has nearly doubled in size over the last few months to ensure customers receive an outstanding level of service."