Evolve IP bolsters account management team with Josh Dolman

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Evolve IP boosts account management team 

Cloud collaboration provider Evolve IP has bolstered its account management team with the appointment of Josh Dolman to inspire further partner success across the southern part of the UK.  

Josh will provide dedicated day-to-day support across a range of key sales activities, to enhance and grow the company’s base of resellers by providing a suite of white label ‘best-of-breed’ solutions, including UCaaS and CCaaS solutions.

The 31-year-old is working alongside a team of wider specialists to offer the highest levels of customer management support. His objective is to ensure the Evolve IP product set is their preferred choice.

Josh, from Chippenham, has been working in the industry since leaving university and has completed a successful probation period.

“My role is helping existing partners as well as an element of business development to spread the word across the industry,” he explained. “It’s all about understanding partners’ business goals and helping them utilise our extensive Anywhere Product Suite, as part of a ‘best fit’ approach.”

Josh has a pool of customers south of Birmingham and joins the company from a UC service provider. He has also worked for a large European reseller.

“Evolve IP is building a high-profile reputation and is a growing industry force,” he said. “It’s been great to see how they are already making a difference especially by providing resellers with choice from best-of-breed market products to accelerate their own individual revenue streams. We’re a differentiator.

“My goals now are to help Evolve IP grow a bigger market share within the channel. Equally there’s a focus within the business to up-skill staff and I see an opportunity here for my professional growth. I want to become a best-in-breed account manager to develop my career and also help my partners grow too. It’s a win-win environment, backed by an experienced team of professionals where we all learn from each other.”