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Company Overview of BT Communications Ireland Limited
BT Communications Ireland Limited provides communication and networked IT services to consumers, small and medium businesses, and the government across Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. It offers voice, and unified communications and collaboration services. The company also provides cloud, onsite, optimize, and auto contact; and compute, compute co-location, managed compute, private compute, and cloud compute services. In addition, it offers contact center, connectivity, end user computing, business collaboration, and training services; and Internet connect, IP connect global, IP connect Ireland, connect applications, and Ethernet connect services. BT Communications Ireland Limit...
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Upper Grand Canal Street
Founded in 1989
Key Executives for BT Communications Ireland Limited
Managing Director of Bt Business
Head of Sales for Government & Major Accounts
Managing Director of Networks
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
BT Communications Ireland Limited Key Developments
BT Ireland Announces Earnings Results for the Third Quarter Ended December 31, 2015
Feb 2 16
BT Ireland announced earnings results for the third quarter ended December 31, 2015. For the quarter, the company reported revenue of £4.59 billion (EUR 6.03 billion), while it reported a 3% rise in EBITDA during the period up to £1.61 billion (EUR 2.12 billion). Adjusted profit before tax in the firm grew 14% in the period up to £928 million (EUR 1.22 billion) while adjusted earnings per share grew to 9 pence per share, up 13%. Financial results reveal revenue growth for the third consecutive quarter this financial year. This has been largely driven by continued success in delivering large scale, complex communications and IT solutions for Ireland's growing multinational base.
BT Ireland Expands its Business Sales Division with New Appointments
Feb 2 16
BT Ireland expands its business sales division with new appointments. The new appointments are: joins BT Ireland as head of enterprise inside sales. Reporting directly to the head of sales, Erin takes responsibility for BT Ireland’s inside sales and account management team to grow and manage the organisation’s enterprise customer base. Erin joins BT from Three Ireland where she held the role of business sales manager. Previous employers include eir (formerly eircom) where Erin spent eight years as a sales representative; joins BT Ireland as deal architect for the company’s major deals team. Michael’s responsibilities include leading and shaping complex propositions and managing the end to end deal process, from early qualification through to submitting winning proposals that succeed in meeting customer expectations, are fully deliverable and profitable to BT. Michael joins BT Ireland from G4S Secure Solutions Ireland where he spent five years as sales and business development director; joins BT Ireland as account director in the global communications sector. Reporting to the head of sales, Karen takes responsibility for defining and developing BT’s key customer relationships and customer strategy. Prior to joining BT, Karen held the role of corporate account manager at Three Ireland. Previous employers also include Virgin Media (formerly UPC) and eir (formerly eircom); joins BT Ireland as account director in global communications sector. Reporting directly to the head of sales Brian will be responsible for management of BT’s existing global MNC customer base and the development of new business. Prior to joining BT, Brian was the sales director of Impact Packaging for three years and also spent seven years as regional sales manager in eir (formerly eircom); also joins BT Ireland as account director with responsibility for acquiring and managing new business in the global MNC market. Previous roles include four years as general manager at G4S Secure Solutions and fifteen years with eir (formerly eircom) where she held the role of regional sales manager in the organisation’s business markets team; joins BT Ireland from Digicel, where he held the role of sales director in the Dutch Caribbean. Reporting to the head of sales, Martin has been appointed account director for BT, responsible for the management of the organisation’s focus on the requirements of local large enterprises. Other previous employers include eir (formerly eircom) and Horizon Energy Group.
BT Ireland Reports Earnings Results for the Second Quarter Ended September 30, 2015
Oct 29 15
BT Ireland reported earnings results for the second quarter ended September 30, 2015. For the quarter, revenue is up 14% year on year, excluding transit and the impact of foreign exchange movements. Profit (EBITDA) is up 4%.
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