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01732 759725 16 BULLETIN : PEOPLE Asolvi appoints UK Sales Director Kevin McNally has joined Asolvi as UK Sales Director. McNally brings over 25 years’ experience to the firm, he began his career working with Electroversal, a company specialising in delivering component level electronic repairs for the likes of Canon, HP and Apple. From there he went on to work within the service departments of a number of MPS focused companies including Annodata and First Choice Office Solutions. Tony Milford, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer, said: “We're thrilled to welcome Kevin to this new role. His experience, connections within the industry and understanding of our markets will be of great benefit to both clients and our own business. I know Kevin is keen to reconnect with as many key clients and friends around the UK and Ireland as quickly as possible, and I look forward to working with him as we continue to ensure our solutions and services play a key role in supporting our clients through these most unique of times.” Nishiuma takes helm at Panasonic Europe Panasonic has appointed Hiroyuki Nishiuma as Managing Director of Panasonic System Communications Company Europe (PSCEU), based in Wiesbaden, Germany. He was previously Senior Managing Executive Officer and member of the board at Panasonic Systems Solutions in Japan, where he achieved income and profit increases in seven consecutive fiscal years. In his new role, he will focus on growing Panasonic’s B2B products and solutions business across mobile computing, security, broadcast, business communication and visual solutions, and industrial and medical vision cameras. Board appointment at Itiviti . Elly Hardwick had been appointed to Itiviti’s board of directors to further growth and technology-driven innovation plans for the company. CEO, Rob Mackay, said: “I am delighted to have Elly join the board of directors at Itiviti. Her extensive experience and knowledge within financial services technology innovation will be invaluable in helping us achieve both our aggressive growth plans and ambitions in continuing to be the vendor partner of choice for capital market firms.” Exertis promotes from within Exertis has promoted Jo Lawrence to UK HR Director, reporting to Paul Bryan, Exertis UK&I, Managing Director. She takes up the position previously held by Nick Foster who took on the additional responsibility as HR Director for Exertis International earlier last year. “Jo has made a significant impact since joining Exertis as Head of HR for our UK business and deserves her promotion to the board. It illustrates the depth of talent that we have in the company in filling this key position from within, allowing Nick to focus on his new role in our expanding International business and driving the division’s talent agenda. Jo has some great ideas and I am looking forward to working with her more closely and at the same time thanking Nick for his significant contribution to the UKI team and wishing him all the best for the future”, said Bryan. Exclusive Networks hires VP HR Laurence Galland is a HR veteran who brings over 15 years’ experience in recruitment and HR business partnering to the newly created role at Exclusive Networks. She will lead global efforts in leveraging human potential to achieve business agility and growth. The company is actively preparing for its future by investing deeply in services and its SaaS business model through people development. Galland will partner with the executive leadership team during this transition by bringing scalable HR approaches and implementing best practice globally. “Our people are our principal asset. It’s critical to further develop our talent to prepare for our future,” she said. “We have approached the market with an aggressive hiring strategy. It’s now time to scale our investment through the development of internal capabilities, reinforcing our DNA, and striking the right balance between employee satisfaction and business success.” Qumulo appoints CMO Cloud file data services provider Qumulo, has announced the appointment of Adriana Gil Miner as Chief Marketing Officer (CMO). In this role, Gil Miner will be responsible for leading Qumulo’s global marketing and brand strategy as the company helps customers innovate faster and leverage the power of cloud data services. Gil Miner brings more than 20 years of experience as a results-driven marketing executive, elevating brands and introducing new products and services in high growth markets. Most recently, she was Senior Vice President of Brand, Communications and Events at Tableau Software. Datto names new CPO Radhesh Menon has joined Datto’s executive management team as Chief Product Officer, with responsibility for overseeing global product strategy and developing offerings that support MSPs and the SMEs they serve. Menon was previously CMO at and before that General Manager at Red Hat. He has also had various leadership roles at Microsoft across its Azure, Windows Server, Exchange Server and Windows desktop products and technologies. Kevin McNally Elly Hardwick Jo Lawrence Laurence Galland