Datasharp has moved quickly to appoint a new Managing Director following the departure of Roy Carter last week.
Replacing Carter will be Chris Royden who will take responsibility for driving the company forward into its next phase of growth.
Royden has more than 20 years of industry experience and has held senior Management positions holding responsibility for the EMEA region with Corvis, SOTAS, Newbridge and latterly Tellabs where he held responsibility for the deliverance of in excess of $400m annually through direct and channel based sales operations.
‘I’m delighted to welcome Chris to the team’ said Paul McIntosh, CEO of Datasharp, ‘his broad Management experience and successful sales career make him a very valuable member of the organisation, his proven leadership will also provide a very valuable foundation from which we can continue the growth of the organisation.’
‘I strongly believe that the products, services and support facilities that Datasharp has to offer places us in the best position to expand our presence and customer base in the UK’ said Royden ‘and that the companies willingness to work in proactive and dynamic manner will see benefits for all.’