2e2 appoints new Chief Technology Officer

ICT services company 2e2 has announced the appointment of Nathan Marke, as Group Chief Technology Officer.

In his new role, Nathan will be responsible for refining and communicating 2e2’s customer strategic vision whilst constructing highly focused business value propositions to engage new and existing customers. He will also be involved in the planning of the 2e2 Innovation Centre which will enable the company to present business solutions directly to customers whilst taking a leadership role in their vendor management strategy.

Nathan rejoined 2e2 in January after taking a 16 month sabbatical to achieve a lifelong dream to sail the world. Prior to this he worked for Prime Business Solutions for nine years where he ran the Telephony and IP Communications division of the business before moving on to become the Sales and Marketing Director.

Nathan comments: “2e2 is an exciting and innovative company and I am thrilled to be taking on the role of Chief Technology Officer at this exciting time. Working with a dedicated and passionate team, I am confident that we will continue to drive the company forward in the market and become Europe’s leading IT services and solutions provider.”

With a wealth of experience in the unified communications, collaboration and shared services markets, Nathan’s role will span the entire 2e2 organisation. Since returning, Nathan has been key in a number of significant business wins and will continue to create sales opportunities within the organisation.

Mark McVeigh, Chief Operating Officer at 2e2, comments: “Nathan brings with him years of experience in this field and will become instrumental in the development of 2e2. His strong technological awareness, strategic thinking and extensive market knowledge will enhance the company’s ability to drive towards continued sales growth and place the brand at the forefront of IT services.”

After completing his BSc (Hons) in Physics at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Nathan worked as a geophysicist for two years and also spent three years in Pre-Sales and Sales at Ericsson.