Cranford Group appoints Cloud industry leader as Non-Executive Director17th September, 2018
Cranford group are delighted to announce they have appointed Ian Moyse as a Non-Executive Director to the business.
Over the last 6 months the company has been continuing its growth success in the cloud space, from a long-standing foundation of IT Service Management and ITIL as we grow our services through AWS, Azure and surrounding cloud architecture needs. The focus to support our clients and ensure we are offering them exactly what they need in the changing IT landscape to operate successfully. This has seen the introduction of dedicated services including CloudBase our approved pool of Cloud Architect resource.
David Bentley, Managing Director commented “Ian brings our board a wealth of cloud experience and expertise having served as a non-executive for many firms and associations. We have known Ian for several years as a recognised cloud industry influencer. To maximise our focus and growth in the cloud sector, Ian gives us a valued sounding board to ensure strategy and execution are both effective and amplified to maximise our market opportunity.”
Ian is a well known and respected Cloud Thought Leader with more than 30 years experience in the IT sector with 12 of those specialising in Cloud. Ian sits on the boards of industry bodies Cloud Industry Forum & FAST (Federation Against Software Theft), was listed as #1 cloud Social influencer from 2015-2017 (Onalytica) and is widely published on Cloud being an approved writer for Cloudtech who has also been published by the National Computing Centre. He is an award-winning blogger and is listed in top 50 European Cloud influencers
Ian commented “It is always flattering to be asked to advise a business on an area that you are passionate for and I turn many requests down. Having spoken and written often about the people challenge of accelerating successful cloud adoption, I am pleased to partner with such a focused cloud resourcing business as Cranford. They have a strong track record as a trusted resource provider and are addressing a large growth market need.”
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