Pulsant boosts management team

Pulsant, a UK provider of regional data centre and cloud infrastructure services, has announced two new senior appointments.

Rob Spamer has joined Pulsant as director of data centres and Demyon Wright has been appointed head of service management.

As director of data centres, Spamer is responsible for the management and leadership of Pulsant’s network of regional data centres, including driving best practice and standardisation and enhancing the company’s environmental strategy.

With almost 20 years of experience in the data centre industry, Spamer joined Pulsant from Equinix where he held the position of operations manager. Prior to this he worked as data centre operations manager for London at Telecity Group UK. Spamer joined Pulsant at the end of 2019 in the role of interim director of data centres and has now assumed the role on a permanent basis.

As head of service management, Wright is tasked with strengthening service management across Pulsant’s customer base. With over 15 years of experience in leading service management teams, Wright will be responsible for all areas of customer satisfaction and ensuring Pulsant provides the optimum levels of capability, capacity and best practice to customers.

“I’m pleased to welcome both Rob and Demyon to Pulsant,” adds Pulsant CEO Rob Coupland. “Both have a great track record and will play a pivotal role in continuing to drive improvements in our infrastructure and customer services. Rob has already had a huge impact as interim director of data centres and Demyon brings a wealth of experience that will have an enduring positive impact on our customer relationships.”

The appointments are the latest in a string of new hires for Pulsant, including Stephen Ball as chief sales officer (CSO) and Simon Michie as chief technology officer (CTO), and form part of Pulsant’s wider growth strategy.

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