Elizabeth Bramwell

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elizabeth-bramwellElizabeth has overall responsibility for the Commercial Function within Iron Mountain UK. In this capacity she leads the business development and customer retention activities on behalf of Iron Mountain UK. She is also responsible for ensuring that Iron Mountain continues to develop propositions that respond to customer and market demands and maintains its position as a leader in records and information management. Elizabeth joined Iron Mountain in November 2014, after more than 20 years in the IT & Telecommunications industry. In her last role, as Sales Director at Kcom she was responsible for leading a £230m revenue business with a team of more than 170 people, covering all aspects of the sales function within the Kcom b2b brand. Prior to this she spent 11 years at Cable & Wireless where she undertook a number of senior sales leadership roles. These included managing the Systems Integration business and leading the Strategic Accounts team which was responsible for the retention and growth of client accounts across all of the key vertical sectors for C&W.

Articles by Elizabeth Bramwell

Confidential Information At Greatest Risk In New Businesses

Mid-market companies are the engine room of our global economy. In the UK alone, the sector employs 50 per cent more people now than it did in 20101. Despite this vital role, when it comes to managing and safeguarding one of its most key assets – information – the mid-market can often be found guilty of missing a …

Information Governance

Information Management Bad Habits Begin In The Boardroom How Can Today’s Information Sinners Quit The Habit?

Employees at every level and across every industry are reminded regularly that information is vital to their business. In order to make the most of business information, easy access is critical. Whether it’s an email with the latest financial figures, a marketing strategy PDF, a print out of a CV including hand-written notes or a …

Extract full Value from Information

The C-suite’s Struggle to Extract full Value from Information

Regardless of geography, company size or industry sector, business leaders can be remarkably unanimous about their strategic priorities. When it comes to the strategic significance of digital technologies, for example, 80i per cent of the respondents to PwC’s recent CEO survey ranked the need to extract value from information through data mining and analysis as …