Centerprise International has appointed a new CEO, with sales director Jeremy Nash stepping up to take the top role.
Nash joined Centerprise as a business manager in 2013 from what was then HP Enterprise Services, before being bumped up to sales director in September 2015.
"It is a very exciting time to be at Centerprise," Nash said. "We have embarked on a programme of expansion and are enjoying enviable growth.
"I am extremely proud to have assumed the role of CEO and I am really looking forward to the challenge of leading Centerprise into its next chapter."
Nash, who officially started in the role on 1 September, spent 23 years in the RAF as a commissioned officer, before embarking on a career in IT.
Centerprise chairman Rafi Razzak said: "Jeremy has been a game changer for Centerprise in the way he understood and demonstrated commitment to the vision for our future which we both share.
"Jeremy's appointment coincides with a wider organisational change and accompanies several new director appointments throughout the organisation."
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