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Parseq appoints new Business Development Consultant to focus on business growth

Business process outsourcer Parseq appoints Giles Chambers as Business Development Consultant. Bringing more than 10 years’ experience in driving digital transformation within the public and private sectors, Giles will support Parseq’s significant growth plans. He’ll be working alongside Head of Client and Business Development, Harvey Hieke, within the client services function.

Parseq’s Managing Director, Craig Naylor-Smith, said: “We’ve secured nine client wins so far this year and a strong sales pipeline up to 2021. Giles joins us as part of our plan to accelerate significant business growth across our client and sector portfolio.

“His track record in digital transformation complements our proposition right from digital mailroom services and helping clients manage their customer experience, through to artificial intelligence and machine learning that unlocks insight and operational efficiency. I’m delighted to welcome Giles to the business.”

Parseq offers a range of solutions to manage and streamline back office processes, and every year, digitises 25 million customer correspondence documents and processes £15 billion of electronic payments, driving efficiencies and significant cost savings.

Commenting on his appointment, Giles said: “I’m thrilled to be joining Parseq at such an exciting time. Having the opportunity to not only work with such an impressive range of clients including FTSE 100 financial services companies, energy and utility providers, but being able to grow the client base across its target sectors is a welcomed challenge.

“I’m looking forward to helping Parseq’s clients further define and execute their digital transformation strategy and ultimately thrive in today’s digital economy.”

Giles has held previous positions as Business Development Manager for Swiss Post Solutions UK, Cintas Document Management UK and Wincanton.


Featured in the image: Harvey Hieke [left], Craig Naylor-Smith [centre] and Giles Chambers [right]. 

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