ControlCircle Brings in Fresh Operations Bolstering Blood

ControlCircle has appointed a new director of operations as well as a chairman of the board in an effort to expand and drive its cloud computing sector forward. Colin Tenwick will become the new chairman of the board whereas Marion Stewart will take the reins as director of operations.

These are not the first new appointments in recent months. Just recently, the company appointed Matthew Parker as its new sales director; this was because of his experience as sales director at Claranet.

ControlCircle wants to become a dominant player in the managed cloud services market. Tenwick is therefore the ideal candidate for chairman of the board as he brings a wealth of experience to the table. He has knowledge of this fast-growing industry and has already completed successful roles at companies like AVG, Subase, ASA, and Ingres.

Stewart also offers a great deal of experience from her senior management positions in companies like Star Technology Services and Gateway Gulf where she was customer solutions director and business solutions director respectively.

Stewart’s dealings with customers directly give a big reason for the company to feel optimistic. Throughout her career, each role has shown her driving progress, improving automation, and enhancing organisation and customer satisfaction.

The CEO of ControlCircle, Carmen Carey reported, “We are delighted to have Marion and Colin join us at such a significant stage in our growth and development. Colin’s knowledge of taking organisations through stages of maturity, growth and achieving market leadership will be invaluable.” She continued to comment, “Marion will be focused on all elements of customer experience including delivery, support and service, and I am confident she will successfully drive all of the operational priorities for the business.”

Over the next few months both individuals have a ‘settling in’ period where they develop their strategies and create comprehensive plans to force their respective departments to greater heights.

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