WARWICKSHIRE, ENGLAND, November 02, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/
-- X2 Computing, one of the UK's fastest growing providers of mobile computing solutions, has appointed David Cull as Pre-Sales Technical Consultant. Based at the company's global headquarters in Evesham, Worcestershire, he will be responsible for driving opportunities for a new range of retail-based order fulfillment software solutions for mobile devices, including tablets and handhelds, throughout the UK and USA.
David Cull has a B.A. (Hons) Degree in Hotel and Catering Management as well as more than ten years' experience of the IT sector. He joins direct from Box Technologies where, as Solutions Specialist, he was responsible for delivering software consultancy and project management services to clients operating in the retail sector. Prior to this, he was responsible for IT management at Merchant Inns, the former chain of boutique hotels.
"David's extensive experience of selling and supporting software applications in the retail sector will allow us to expand our portfolio of best of breed solutions," commented Mark Tutton, EMEA Sales Manager for X2 Computing. "This will enable us to offer complete, customised end-to-end solutions comprising both hardware and software to meet a wider range of order fulfilment applications."
David Cull lives in Warwick and his outside interests include cycling, walking, swimming and travel.
About X2 Computing
X2 Computing is one of the UK's fastest growing providers of high performance, mobile computing solutions and technologies to meet a wide range of order fulfillment, electronic dining and bingo/casino applications. The company provides software, services and state of the art, ergonomically designed tablet computers. In addition to manufacturing custom solutions, X2 represents many of the world's leading hardware OEM'S in Europe. For more Information please visit http://www.x2computing.com---
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