Trustmarque has appointed a dedicated director of its cloud practice as it looks to grow that side of the business.
Graham Spivey (pictured) who has held positions at board level and as sales and marketing director in previous roles, also boasts ten years’ experience devising and implementing managed hosting and cloud strategies in private, public and SI sector.
His remit will be to create and execute a cloud and hosting strategy to grow Trustmarque’s cloud business, building on the business gained through the acquisition of Nimbus Technology in 2011.
Scott Haddow, chief executive of Trustmarque, said: “Graham’s knowledge and skill set is extremely valuable to Trustmarque and I am delighted to welcome him to the business. He joins us at a very exciting time as we continue to cement our position as an independent end-to-end technology services provider and the trusted adviser of choice for blue chip and large government enterprises. He will undoubtedly help to drive the business forward into its next phase of significant growth.”
In a statement, Spivey said: “It is a fantastic opportunity to join Trustmarque who have a reputation for providing excellent solutions and services to customers across all sectors,” “I am looking forward to accelerating the growth of our Cloud and SaaS offerings while complementing our commercial and services offerings in the software and solutions space.”
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