ICT services provider 2e2 has announced that Graham Love has been appointed as chairman. In his new role, Love will help 2e2 as it develops new services for its growing customer-base and continues to provide innovative end-to-end IT solutions to the both public and private sectors. He brings with him a wealth of experience, including a four-year term as CEO of defence technology and security company QinetiQ, in addition to a previous role as financial director at the Government’s Defence Research Agency.
The move comes as 2e2 continues to develop its service offerings in key areas such as flexible working, cloud computing and data security.
“I’m delighted to be joining 2e2 at such an exciting time,” commented Graham Love. “Over the past year, the company has gone from strength to strength – forming market-leading partnerships such as O2 Unify and consistently developing new solutions to suit modern business environments. It’s this kind of drive that is the difference between offering a truly worthwhile service to customers and being ‘just another service provider’. Our propositions around cloud computing and equipping employees put us in an exciting position for growth.”
In addition to his role at 2e2, Graham is chairman of LGC Science Group and Eversholt Rail Group. He is also on the board of STEMNET (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Network), the Advisory Board of SEMTA (Sector Skills Council for Science, Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies) and a principal at the Chertoff Group, a strategic advisory group focused on security, intelligence and government services.
“The knowledge and experience Graham brings with him will no doubt prove invaluable as we develop new propositions in the future,” said Terry Burt, CEO at 2e2. “We aim to help our customers transform their business processes so that they can better serve their customers, equip their employees and reduce infrastructure costs across their organisations. Having Graham on board will undoubtedly help us achieve our objectives in this financial year and beyond.”