Commitment to project excellence at the heart of two new appointments

27th January 2015

Leading residential property software and services provider Veco™ has made two major appointments to its Client Services team, Malini Patel and Andrew Cunningham.

Malini, who lives in Pimlico in London is a Certified Scrum Master and Prince2 Practitioner and has more than 10 years’ experience in the IT sector with extensive business and project management background working for and within the private and public sector.

Malini said she was delighted to have joined a growing firm which still placed its priority to outstanding product delivery alongside the relationship with its clients at the heart of its operation.

“It is a real draw to work somewhere which affords you the opportunity to deliver a commitment to project excellence with clients face-to-face and build up and develop a long-term relationships with them,” said Malini.

Andrew, who lives in Epsom in Surrey is an IT professional with extensive experience running training sessions, including to senior personnel, and will further enhance client services along with support and training on Veco™, the firm’s leading property software for estate, letting and managing agents .

Ariana Pampoulides, Veco™ Client Services Director, said:

“I am delighted to welcome Malini and Andrew to Eurolink as we continue to add depth to our growing team of talented Client Services personnel,”

“Malini is a committed project specialist and an experienced individual, Andrew is a knowledgeable IT professional, both will enhance the Eurolink reputation for outstanding client project delivery, support and service.”

“Client service excellence is vital to us and essential for happy clients and employees. Our ability to deliver projects for our clients is at the very heart of being able to run a successful and sustainable business.”

Veco™ has embarked on a recruitment campaign which has seen recent additions to its sales, client service and IT infrastructure teams and the firm intends to further strengthen its resource in 2015.