SmartCIC Expands Its International Sales Team

SmartCIC, a global managed service provider, recently appointed Clint Collins and Matt Carpenter as sales agents within its global sales team.

The new hires will support SmartCIC’s 2024 growth strategies, as it ramps up sales activities across its global footprint. Collins and Carpenter will help more carrier partners to serve growing enterprise demand for “through the line” solutions that combine local and global connectivity with field services.

  • Collins has 30 years of experience in the telecoms industry. He spent over 13 years at Epsilon Telecommunications with his primary role being Regional Director, Sales MEA. Collins previously held roles at Liquid Telecom and Alpha Telecom.
  • Matt Carpenter was a Director at BlueDeer Technologies Ltd and Head of Broadband Networks for Cherry & White. Carpenter has also worked at Colt Technologies and Globalgig during his more than 25-year career in telecoms.

SmartCIC’s ‘through the line’ offering combines connectivity with field services, engineering, and hands-on deployments to enable customers to benefit from lower costs, increased performance and gain greater control over connectivity end-to-end. This disruptive model helps carriers capture higher margins, meet changing enterprise demands, and win new and larger contracts.

SmartCIC has a network of over 1,000 carriers and 25,000 field engineers delivering smart connectivity and field services solutions anywhere in the world. Its combination of smart, agile and flexible global solutions coupled with in-house technical competence and local language support makes it an ideal partner for delivering complex cross-border IT projects.

SmartCIC has recently been expanding its team and capabilities to prepare for exponential growth. In 2023, the company hired industry veteran Chris Harper as Strategic Board Advisor. It also partnered with Telecom Management Resources, launched its global logistics solution and set-up its first CSR initiative with Maxim Nyansa Foundation to empower more African women to pursue careers in IT.