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Elizabeth Bramwell Elizabeth Bramwell
Elizabeth 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.
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Three steps to celebrating World Paper Free Day

Streamline Your Business on 6 November Today is World Paper Free Day, although judging by the results of a recent survey conducted by AIMM, it won’t feel like that to many. Nearly a third of respondents still describe their offices as piled high with paper and bogged down with paper […]

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What are your plans for World Paper Free Day?

  Why Your Business Should get Ready for November 6 Despite the clean minimalist images of office life that grace the pages of architectural and business magazines, the reality for many is that paper retains a strangle-hold not only on their desks, but also on the way they do their […]

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Are your data analysts extracting value from your information?

Do you make the most of your data analysts? In the age of Big Data, the way we think and talk about information has changed. Where once the key concern was information risk, the discussion has now evolved to embrace the idea that businesses should extract value from their information. […]

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Trends in information management: the first PwC and Iron Mountain Information Value Index

PwC and Iron Mountain have worked in partnership for four years to deliver cross-sector, multi-market research on the growing importance of information management and governance. Our three earlier studies focused initially on the European mid-market (250-2,500 employees) and more recently on European and North American enterprise –level organisations (over 2,500 […]

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