Lee Bryant

Lee Bryant is the Managing Director of Sesui, an award-winning provider of intelligent cloud-based telephony and virtual contact centre solutions. He has led Sesui to year-on-year growth; today, the company’s solutions are used across many industry sectors in the UK and throughout Europe to underpin the day-to-day running of commercial, governmental and health organisations. Prior to joining Sesui in 2006, Lee held several senior roles at Cable & Wireless Communications PLC. These included Business Improvement Director where he increased sales effectiveness and financial performance across all UK sales channels and Sales Director, in which capacity he was responsible for establishing a UK wide integrated sales and service management division to oversee its SME market. Other roles included the lead for European acquisitions of strategically important data companies and Transitional Managing Director of Jaguar Communications PLC into Cable & Wireless. His extensive experience in the communications industry, having previously built his career with Anite Networks, Case Communications and Cray Communications, means that Lee brings an in-depth knowledge of how Sesui’s innovative telephony solutions can be deployed to help customers achieve tangible value in line with their individual business needs.

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