Leading pvc-u window and door fabricators, frameXpress Ltd, based in Telford, has made two new strategic appointments as the company fortifies the team. As orders continue to increase at frameXpress, senior management felt it vital to bolster staffing levels to substantiate the company’s corporate position.
Iris Payne joins frameXpress as Sales and Marketing Co-ordinator with an impressive background in telesales and marketing, having worked for numerous ‘blue chip’ companies incuding emap and coke cola/schweppes.
Iris will be responsible for monitoring sales leads, database development, website updates, direct mail campaigns and telesales as well as administration within the associated sales and marketing departments. She will be heavily involved in customer liaison and restructuring the sales procedures where necessary.
The level of commitment to provide only the highest standards for customers has resulted in the decision to further expand the team. With a vast knowledge of Purchasing Control, Denise Scott joins frameXpress as Purchase Administration Controller.
She will be responsible for setting up and controlling pricing for suppliers in relation to goods received and will organise all purchase related documentation. Her responsibilities will be to ensure all purchase invoices are priced correctly with orders carefully monitored from origination through to invoicing.
These new posts will help to reinforce the existing team and will further establish frameXpress’ corporate position both regionally and nationally.
With demand for the company’s products and services increasing steadily, senior management consider that standards for customers must be monitored and maintained. frameXpress has established a reputation for quality and reliability which is clearly reflected by the escalation in orders for products within the range.
Stuart Green, Managing Director comments, “The experience of both Iris and Denise will prove exceedingly beneficial to this company and their appointments will help to improve efficiency and standards.”