Managed services and cloud computing specialist, Intrinsic Technology, has strengthened its senior management team with the appointment of a new CFO, as it looks to continue its aggressive growth plans.
Rachael Nevins joins the company from Ultralase, having previously worked for a number of large multinational firms in a range of different sectors in both finance and business consulting capacities.
Rachael specialises in preparing businesses for further growth and has extensive knowledge of private equity-backed companies.
Rachael commented: “Intrinsic has been very successful over the last several years, and the business still has a wealth of potential. I’m relishing the task of helping the company achieve more growth in the coming years and expanding its revenue streams.”
Intrinsic’s consistent growth outperforms the current economic climate with recent big contract wins, coupled with places on large-scale public sector frameworks, boosting income and generating pipeline for future work.
Adam Jarvis, CEO at Intrinsic Technology said: “I’ve no doubt Rachael will be a real asset to the company. She brings plenty of experience and a fresh perspective which is already having a positive impact on the way we operate.
“All the pieces of the puzzle are in place now. It might be a tough economy, but we have designs on not only hitting aggressive revenue targets but we are actively investing in extending our services portfolio and developing bespoke systems to add value to our customer relationships.”
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