Ensphere strengthens team with new commercial director

Ensphere Consulting, the Warrington-based provider of Sage solutions, has appointed a new commercial director to support its ambitious growth plans.

Lee Ann Mounter has been appointed to oversee customer services and new business development as part of Ensphere’s wider expansions plans to establish itself as the leading Sage service centre in the North West.

Ms Mounter joins having worked in national strategic sales for a Sage solutions company in South Africa, where she played a vital part in the company winning National Business Partner of the Year at the Sage Insights Awards.

Ms Mounter also spent eight years as sales and marketing director for a business consulting company where she increased sales revenue by 282% and gained over 30 new corporate customers.

Ms Mounter commented: “With large expansion plans, Ensphere is a company with a bright future and I am delighted to have joined at such an exciting time.

“The ethos at Ensphere is exactly the way that I like to do business, working with an individual, customer-centred approach that utilises unique solutions for individual businesses.

“My previous experience working with Sage ERP X3, both in South Africa and the UK, will provide me with vital insight into Ensphere’s business practices, and I’m delighted to be working for a company that take a real pride in ensuring that technology solutions are genuinely beneficial to our clients.”

Wayne Nolan, managing director of Ensphere’s, said: “Lee Ann has invaluable experience in business development in organisations with a global reach. We’re enjoying a period of rapid expansion, having taken on a number of new staff already this year, and are confident that Lee Ann will be an asset as we continue to try and keep the business growing and moving forward.”

Employing 30 people, Ensphere uses state-of-the-art Sage software to support around 90 clients in achieving their business objectives. Ensphere’s technical expertise allows them to assess how clients operate and then identify IT solutions to improve operations, saving them time and money.