Monday, May 10, 2021

Timico makes new appointment to drive cloud-first agenda  

Managed Services Provider, Timico, has appointed a new Strategy and Marketing Director to take the next phase of the firm’s development as a cloud-first service provider to market.

With over 30 years’ experience in the IT industry focusing on strategy, marketing and proposition development, Andrew Vize joins the Timico senior leadership team following several director level positions for notable technology service providers, including Computacenter and Pulsant.

Leading Timico’s Marketing and Communications team, Andrew will now play a fundamental role in honing the brand’s advancing technology proposition, whilst supporting its strategic transformation into a cloud-first managed services provider.

This comes three months after Timico’s acquisition of consulting firm, Arcus Cloud Services, in a multi-million-pound deal.

Discussing his appointment, Andrew Vize, new Strategy and Marketing Director for Timico, said: “I am delighted to join Timico as it continues to make significant investments and strategic changes to become a cloud-first managed services company. This is an exciting development that our customers are anticipating to their drive recovery agendas and accelerate their digital transformation.”

Neil Muller, CEO of Timico, added: “The Board and I are excited to welcome Andrew to Timico. Having worked with Andrew previously for a number of years, he will play a fundamental role in communicating our cloud-first growth strategy, focused on enabling our customers’ own growth plans through connected, productive and secure solutions and services.”

Timico is backed by private equity firm, Horizon Capital.

Headquartered in Newark-on-Trent, the firm’s client portfolio includes brands such as St John Ambulance, Domino’s Pizza, and Harrods Aviation.

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