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Andy Sayer

Business Development Director

Andy switched the life of a Business Consultant for a career in Sales in 2007 and this experience in both solution concept and delivery is invaluable to clients across the entire project life cycle. His commitment to getting to the heart of the business issues, rather than a technology-first focus, has delivered some tremendously successful projects and partnerships across the UK and Europe.

He has considerable experience in the Microsoft Eco-System, having worked with 3 of the largest specialist partners in CRM, ERP, Modern Work and Azure – and now at Ingentive he is driving considerable success in No Code/Low Code development, Data and BI and Identity and Security. This breadth of experience and exposure to a vast range of client requirements leaves him ideally placed to add value to customer engagements with new and existing partners, working alongside Ingentive’s expert delivery teammates. A specialist in Public Sector engagements, Andy has forged partnerships in Central Government, Local and Regional Councils, Higher Education, Governing Bodies and Membership organisations and enterprise Not for Profits.

Andy is passionate about building new relationships and transforming client processes and businesses. His other passions are football, a wide range of music and being an asset to any quiz team.

Skills

  • Building strong relationship with clients
  • Prioritising business issues
  • Consultative selling

  • Team collaboration skills
  • Presentation expertise
  • Public sector thought leadership
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“Most people think ‘selling’ is the same as ‘talking’. But the most effective salespeople know that listening is the most important part of their job.”

Roy BartellSales Thought Leader

Qualifications & Certifications

Andy has a Microsoft Catalyst Accreditation in Solution Selling and a BA in English Literature from Queen Mary's University.

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