Security solutions manufacturer TDSi has appointed Dan England as its new National Account Manager for UK Sales. Dan’s role involves the continued development of relationships with our existing key Platinum and Gold Partners whilst at the same time taking the lead in working with major Blue Chip End Users and their agents to ensure that the ever growing TDSi product range is specified for projects in the future.
TDSi’s Managing Director, John Davies, commented, “We are delighted to welcome Dan England to the TDSi team. Whilst 40% of our turnover is overseas, the UK is still our primary market and Dan’s role is pivotal in maintaining our sales growth moving forward. With an impressive track record in security sector sales as well as over 13 years of Fire and Security engineering experience and training, Dan has the sales, business and technical know-how that will help to further grow our UK business. Having worked as an installer for many years he also understands the practical needs of the customer so is able to assist our partners and customers with projects, based on first-hand knowledge.”
With a varied CV of experience, Dan’s skills range from planning and design, through to installation, commissioning and on-going maintenance. Prior to joining TDSi, Dan was National Accounts Manager for Kings Security Systems Ltd and held project management roles at UK Security Projects Ltd and Securitel Services Ltd. He has a breadth of knowledge covering a broad base of technologies and market sectors - from stand-alone intruder alarms to phased evacuation, fully integrated Fire / CCTV / Access Control and PA systems. He has worked on sites ranging from BP1 at Canary Wharf, Heathrow Airport T5, major logistics companies, shopping centres, railway stations, prisons, hospitals and government buildings. He is a Member of the Institute of Engineering and Technology (MIET) and he enjoys outdoor pursuits including scuba diving and rugby.
The appointment of Dan England follows the announcement that TDSi achieved an impressive 15% rise in turnover in the 2012/2013 financial year (compared to the previous year) and that growth in the current year is tracking at the same pace.