Enet, Ireland’s largest wholesale, open-access network provider, has appointed Cormac Ryan as Sales Director. In his new role, Cormac will oversee the implementation of Enet’s ongoing sales strategy and delivery of the company’s revenue line, as well as managing the sales team. He will report to David Eyre, Enet’s Chief Commercial Officer.
Cormac has extensive understanding of telecoms in the Irish marketplace with over 20 years of customer relationship experience, including the management of customer projects, as well as holding sales and business development roles. Previously, Cormac held roles in Silicon & Software Systems (S3 Group) and BT Ireland, where he acted as Client Director. Immediately prior to his new role, Cormac served as Enet’s Commercial Manager.
He holds a degree in Electrical and Microelectric Engineering from University College Cork, as well as a diploma in Applied Project Management from the same institution.
Making the announcement, David Eyre, Enet Chief Commercial Officer, said: “We are very pleased to appoint a seasoned professional of Cormac’s calibre and proven capability to the role of Sales Director. His breadth of understanding and his wealth of experience in the telecoms sector will be instrumental to Enet as we grow our business over the coming years.”
The appointment comes as Enet continues to expand its Limerick headquarters, with new staff spanning a variety of roles, from engineering and operations to sales and customer services, set to join this year. The new hires will bring the number employed by the business to over 115.
Commenting on the recruitment drive, Peter McCarthy, Enet CEO,said: “Enet is primed for growth, and we’re excited to be adding to our team of highly talented professionals across all areas of the business.”
McCarthy added: “While some might consider Enet to be a technology company, for me, it’s not really about the networks or the tech – it’s about the dedicated team who commit their careers to Enet to ensure that our customers get the very best level of service. Enet has transformed the Irish telecommunications industry by stimulating competition, reducing bandwidth costs and accelerating Ireland’s broadband position because the team is committed, talented and experienced. As an organisation, we are genuinely committed to a vision and we apply our collective talents to delivering it.”
With employees in Limerick and Dublin, Enet manages over 5,400km of fibre infrastructure, including a unique backhaul network, as well as operating one of the largest fixed wireless networks in the country. The company currently counts over 70 different retail service-providers as clients, including the likes of Imagine, Magnet, Three, Virgin Media and Vodafone.