Green Fields Welcome New Head of Professional Services

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Green Fields have announced their newest recruit as Matt Tate, who joins the IT specialists as Head of Professional Services. Tate’s new role within the Green Fields team encompasses various different aspects of the business, focusing mainly on Projects and Professional Services but also getting involved with Change Control, procurement, pre- sale activity and consultancy.

Tate has a strong background in IT, previously heading up the European IT sector within a US Defence (Exelis) company, taking responsibility for all technical design, strategy, policies and procedures. Prior to this, he worked as a technical design authority for client engagements for an Education based Managed Service Provider.

Tate is looking forward to getting stuck in and hitting the ground running and already has a list of ideas to bring to the Green Fields table. “We are planning to implement a few new processes to quicken our reactions to customer issues even further and to be a lot more pro- active in the way we deal with recurring issues. As part of our work on developing client infrastructures moving forwards, Technical Roadmaps will become a focus and we will be working closely with our partners to ensure Green Fields is the single pane of glass for every client’s IT requirement.”

2014 so far has been an incredibly successful year for the Green Fields team. Not only have they moved offices into brand new space in Putney Bridge, they have also been nominated for a staggering number of 10 industry awards. CEO Matt Tomon comments on the recent Green Fields achievements; “we are thrilled to have been nominated as finalists for so many industry awards this year- it highlights how hard our teams have been working and how passionate our company is to strive towards being the very best IT professionals. It is great to have Matt Tate on board and we’re looking forward to entering the final quarter of 2014 with even more fresh new ideas to bring to the industry.”