Author Archives: Bill Tully

Bill has worked in a variety of roles in account management and operations for more than 17 years, and currently serves as director, Global Client Services. He has worked on various special assignments such as Six Sigma projects.

Raytheon Recognizes Cartus for Service Excellence!

During our client Raytheon’s recent Supplier Conference, Steve Sebestyen and I were on hand to receive Raytheon’s 2014 Service Excellence Recognition award on behalf of the Cartus team. The conference provides an opportunity for Raytheon to collaborate with key suppliers to drive affordability, innovative solutions, and best-in-class service offerings.
Steve and I were greatly honored to accept the award on behalf of all the hard-working Cartus employees who service the Raytheon account. The Cartus teams work hard every day to support the Raytheon mission of customer success. Our long, productive relationship with Raytheon has been built on a foundation of collaboration [...] Read More

The Bourne Revelation: What Clients Want

I recently had the opportunity to travel to Brussels for a business presentation. Upon my arrival, I was awestruck by Brussels and its beauty. That is not the only thing I noticed in this great city. After my meeting there, I realized that our clients, regardless of industry or location, are looking for many of the same things.
Brussels truly intrigued me;  you get the sense of old Europe – cobblestone streets, outdoor cafes, European architecture lining street after street, narrow alleyways and, of course, La Grand-Place which delivers a “wow!” and an immediate respect for the history of the city. [...] Read More

Metro Atlanta Relocation Council “Melts” Atlanta

On Thursday, February 10, the Metro Atlanta Relocation Council (MARC) held its annual Education Forum. Though air temperatures were below 32 degrees and an inch of snow was predicted to fall on Atlanta during the night, the Council’s members and guests, including Mike Puckett, director, of business development at Cartus, and I were not deterred from turning out in force. Fortunately, the snow did not affect driving conditions. So while the storm may have fallen short of predictions, MARC’s Educational Forum surely did deliver.
The full-day event started with an observant examination of the global economy presented by Cris Collie of [...] Read More | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | © 2015 Cartus Corporation