Marc Wilkinson

Get to know: Marc Wilkinson

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It’s absolutely essential to us to place our customers’ needs at the core of what we do, to enable our team to continue growing from strength the strength, so we can continue to offer more for our customers.


We’d like you to get to know more about Nisyst’s Business Development Manager, Marc Wilkinson, who has been with us since 2021.


Here’s our Q&A with Marc:


Q: What was your career experience prior to Nisyst?

A: I started working in the business solutions sector back in 1986 (that makes me feel old) and, since then, I have been in the EPoS industry for 24 years, interspersed with several years in ERP with Sage and SAP partners, along with time in the service management solution sector.


Q: Why did you decide to join Nisyst?

A: I first met with Nisyst over 20 years ago and was impressed then with their innovative ideas and approach. When the opportunity came to join their team, 15 months ago, it was an easy decision to make, as the time was just right with exciting new solutions being brought to market.


Q: What interests you about the charity sector?

A: Working in the charity sector was new to me but, as a socially conscious person, I relished the chance to support the charity industry at a very exciting time.


Q: What does your role at Nisyst entail?

A: My role predominantly consists of developing new business for Nisyst while understanding the needs of the market and working with the team to stay ahead of the game and bring best-of-breed solutions to the sector.


Q: What have been your highlights so far at Nisyst?

A: In the last 15 months I have been with Nisyst, there have been many highlights, from new business wins to seeing the business recognised by its customers in the CRA awards.


Q: What do you enjoy doing outside of work?

A: I have a passion for cricket and still try to play the odd game, despite my body having other ideas! I enjoy hiking in the Peak District, which is on my doorstep, and still have an enthusiasm for football, but VAR is seeing that wane. There’s also all the usual stuff of socialising and spending time with family and friends.