Isle of Man, November 2014 Wi-Manx have appointed Elissa Morris as a new Account Manager to work with their growing base of business hosting customers. Joining a highly skilled technical team, Elissa specialises in datacentre services, network, cloud, managed hosting and security solutions.
Joe Hughes, MD of Wi-Manx said of the hire:
“Elissa is now an integral part of our team and her extensive industry experience means she is set to excel in this role. Elissa’s technical knowledge coupled with her strong client focus will enable her to deliver technical solutions that meet the needs of our customers, and their businesses.”
Since graduating from Kingston University where she studied Film, Elissa went straight into a role as a production manager in London working with clients, budgets and film crew before returning to the island and making the crossover into IT. Offering a wealth of knowledge from two previous years at Domicilum, her appointment comes at an exciting time for Wi-Manx following news their full telecoms licence was granted.
Elissa went on to say of her new role:
“I’m extremely excited to join Wi-Manx as I believe there are a lot of opportunities to sink our teeth into especially since the recent expansion and becoming part of the Elite Comms Group. This move not only strengthened our core network reach, it expanded Wi-Manx’s specialised in-house technical team and moving forward it enhances our technical product portfolio.
It means we can accommodate our clients’ needs with more services and in more locations, acting as their single supplier of choice for network, voice and datacentre services.”
Wi-Manx already provide hosting and network services throughout the Isle of Man, UK and Europe. With the recent changes in regards to E-Gaming and UK licensing, Wi-Manx is well placed to service customers looking to host in the Isle of Man or the UK.
Elissa added: “The doors are open to the IOM, UK and European markets across a broad range of sectors. These are exciting times. The world is our oyster.”
We are currently offering local businesses the chance to receive a free security assessment of their IT networks.