Roc Technologies has welcomed in a new chairman and managing director as part of a top management refresh.
Talking to CRN, Roc CEO Matt Franklin claimed the new arrivals - in the shape of chairman Simon Derry and MD Ian Furness - will complement his own focus on business development.
The influx of new faces comes 20 months after BGF-backed Roc doubled in size by acquiring Wetherby-based MSP Esteem Systems.
Newbury-based Roc was forced to look for a new chairman after incumbent Trevor Rolls indicated his desire to move on as soon as a replacement was found, Franklin explained.
Rolls has now taken up a non-exec role at ERP consultancy Sapphire Systems, but will remain on as a shareholder and advisor.
Derry has "extensive experience" in the telco and broadcast sector, Franklin (pictured) said.
"He's got some proven capabilities in the areas in which we play - business transformation, change management etc - and lots of experience in M&A and lean process capabilities. He will be working with me to support me in the development of our business strategy."
Furness, who most recently bossed MSP Claranet's UK cloud and hosting business, will run Roc on a day to day basis, Franklin added.
"Ian's experience in optimising operations and my capabilities around business development are a good marriage," Franklin said.
Completing the management refresh, Roc has also promoted Esteem exec Richard Jefferies to CFO, with previous CFO Paul Hart departing.
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