Daisy Group has announced it has appointed Nathan Marke as Chief Technology Officer (CTO).
Through both acquisitions and organic growth, over the last four years Daisy has diversified its suite of products, evolving an ever-converging portfolio across data, hosting, mobile, voice and systems, now providing services to more than 65,000 business customers.
Chief Executive Officer Matthew Riley said the appointment was pivotal for the technology strategy of the business with a key element of the role focussed on driving innovation across all Group businesses.
With almost two decades of experience in the sector, Nathan, the former Group CTO of 2e2 and Technology and Marketing Director of Prime Business Solutions, brings extensive expertise in Systems Integration, IT services and Communications technologies to the Group.
Daisy Group Chief Executive Officer Matthew Riley said: “As we look to scale our communications portfolio, it was essential we created this role.
“In Nathan we have got the technical skills and know-how that will enable us to develop our technology strategy and expand our service offering to a much more technology-hungry and demanding customer base.”
On joining the Group, Chief Technology Officer Nathan Marke said: “I am joining Daisy at an incredibly exciting time and, having begun my career in telecommunications when VoIP was in its infancy, it feels like I am returning to my roots.
“Over the past five years I have been working closely with Enterprise customers helping them evolve their software and IT services strategies. I hope to bring this experience to the Daisy team as we seek to make our offerings increasingly relevant to our customers.”
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