PRESS RELEASE - Kezber doubles it’s sales team
March 22, 2018
"Kezber's philosophy has always been to get closer to our customers to ensure the best possible service. That's why we opened an office in Drummondville and Dix30. With the growth we are currently experiencing, we also needed to double our sales team to maintain the quality of our relationships with our long-standing customers while continuing to pursue new markets” says Alan Kezber, president.
Exciting times for the South Shore office
It is in Brossard, more precisely at DIX30, that the biggest changes will take place. First, with the creation of two sales positions; but also the move to the new and larger office spaces planned for mid-April. Charles Boulanger, the new account manager for the Greater Montreal, thrives on challenges. Extremely professional with incredible knowledge for our industry, he will be a great asset for the team. "Rigor and action, are the perfect words to describe him. I’m eager to see this self-taught man use all the experience he has gained in companies such as Canon, Omer DeSerres and Objectif Lune” says Annie Auger, Sales Director.
Another good news for this more than two-decade-old company, Edward Kezber, Alan Kezber eldest son, will now be responsible for internal sales for the Greater Montreal. A great pride for the father, but also a major asset for the team explains Annie Auger: "Generosity and passion, these are the words that come to mind when I talk about Edward. With him, each project is treated as the most important. Very concerned about the happiness of our customers, he will never leave them without options. I am proud to have him on my team and I wish him every success in his role.”
New account manager dedicated to the Eastern Townships
After being promoted to Director of Sales, Annie Auger had to hire someone to take over her role for the Eastern Townships, the region where Kezber was born. Her choice fell on Tiffany Chartrand, a graduate in business administration from the Université de Sherbrooke, who has accumulated sales experience in the printing and pharmaceutical fields. Quiet, professional and honest are the qualities that appeared immediately when I first met Tiffany. I knew I wanted her in my team the first time I have met her. Determined and dedicated, I have no doubt that she will achieve her goals and provide great customer service. I could not hope for a better Account Manager to replace me” continues Annie.
Working with Maxime Fréchette, Account Manager for Drummondville, Kevin Proulx, Internal Representative in Magog and Éric Monange, Vice President of Business Development, there is no doubt that these new members will bring Kezber to greater heights.
About Kezber : Kezber has been a leader in IT solutions for businesses for over 20 years and boasts more than 80 employees across its three offices in Magog, Brossard and Drummondville. The growing company specializes in custom application development, project management, cloud services, and IT support and infrastructure. Kezber is one of the few companies in Quebec to hold 4 Microsoft Gold Partner certifications.
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Charles Boulanger, Gestionnaire de comptes, bureau de Brossard
Tiffany Chartrand, Gestionnaire de comptes, bureau de Magog
Edward Kezber, Représentant ventes internes, bureau de Brossard
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