- Continued growth leads to restructuring at eBusiness specialist
Neil Campbell (34) has been appointed Managing Director of leading eBusiness technology company, Logsys Solutions Ltd. With a wealth of commercial experience in the IT market, Neil will continue Logsys' aggressive growth into new commercial markets, focused on workflow and eBusiness, capitalising on its strong presence in the utility companies and public sector.
Previously Director of eBusiness and Financial Solutions at systems integrator, COTEC Computing Services Ltd., Neil is former Army Air Corps flier. His entrepreneurial spirit led him into the IT world and the launch, with associates, of ebusiness and client-server company, ABS Limited.
"My main challenge is to ensure that Logsys' many strengths in the world of eBusiness are well known in our target markets, including telcos, utilities, aerospace and defence," commented Neil.
At the same time, Logsys has appointed Craig Harper-Ashton as Operations and Technical Director. In his new role, Craig will use his previous experience as Director of Software Development at Logsys to deliver product and service solutions to its customers.
"Logsys' growth has created the need for a specialist to oversee all aspects of technical operations," commented Craig. "Our customers will be reassured by this restructuring, which will ensure our technical staff are focused on customer delivery."
About Logsys Solutions Ltd (Logsys)
Logsys is an established supplier of high-value eBusiness software and services to the utilities, telecoms, central and local government markets. The company has recently developed new products and component-based methodologies that are centred on eBusiness, workflow and Business Process Automation, which will enable Logsys to tackle new commercial markets, whilst continuing to build on its established Public Sector market share.
A key component of the company's success is the capability of delivering on time and in budget, with a ready willingness to enter fixed price contracts, providing total project responsibility from design to implementation and ongoing support. Logsys's stated aim is to provide its customers with measurable business benefits from its software and services.
Logsys is privately owned, with an annual turnover of some £5 million and employs around 50 highly qualified support and technical staff. Established in 1979, the company was bought by Apricot ten years later and, in 1992, privately re-acquired. http://www.logsys.co.uk
Contacts for further information:-
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0118 984 3386
0118 979 4121
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