Lombard Technology Services (LTS) has introduced a number of sales roles to its team in the UK.

Paul Smuts moved to regional sales director for London, while Neil Atherton moved to regional sales director South and Mark Barrow joined the business as regional sales director North. In the past, Barrow held sales leadership roles at Worldplay and BT Corporate.

Andy Reid took up the reins as head of large corporate and Karen Lyons moves into the head of business support role.

This sales team will report into head of sales at LTS Keith Nowland.

Duane Snelling, managing director of LTS said: "Lombard is committed to delivering technology funding solutions to UK businesses and the new team will enable us to expand our capacity, while allowing us to work more closely and effectively with our colleagues within Lombard, NatWest and the Royal Bank of Scotland. This will ensure that customers are aware of the wide range of products that we can provide from residual based lending through to our extensive managed services."

Last month, director of technology at Lombard Technology Services Riessen Hill spoke to Leasing Life about the increased demand for 3D printer leasing.

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