Cam Systems appoints business development manager
Cam Systems has announced the appointment of former Michelin employee Richard Stainsby as its new business development manager. He will be responsible for managing and developing client relationships to director level. Stainsby has over 12 years’ experience in the tyre industry, instrumental in implementing marketing strategies, winning new business, renegotiating contracts and developing innovative customer service tools.
Prior to joining Cam, Stainsby was business development manager at Quinton Tyres, where he set up Quinton Car Tyres, responsible for all the marketing, staff recruitment, procedures and supplier negotiation.
He previously spent five years at Michelin Fleet Solutions as regional business manager, managing a team of 60 people, renegotiating contracts and winning new business such as Warrington Transport and D&G Coach and Bus. He has also worked as a truck sales representative for five years with Michelin Tyres, where he pioneered the use of the PDA-based tyre inspections.
Mike Allen, managing director at Cam Systems, says: “Richard has an impressive track record of providing a market-driven customer approach that ensures sustained customer interaction and communication leading to strong growth. He will be a valuable asset to the expanding Cam business.”
Stainsby adds: “I am delighted to be joining Cam at this very exciting time. Their new range of .NET based software products – particularly in the truck and retail space is a real opportunity for me to leverage my experience and contacts and in doing so communicate and deliver substantial benefit to Cam customers and soon-to-be customers.”
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