Centiq announces new appointment to boost SAP HANA success

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Centiq has appointed a new executive to help drive forward its success as an SAP HANA managed services business and DataOps specialist.

Ed Dixon has become head of sales and marketing, joining the company from systems integrator CSC. He will be responsible for finding new clients for the company's SAP HANA offering.

Prior to becoming as account manager of capital markets and banking at CSC, Dixon helped grow Capgemini's infrastructure services business in Northern Europe. He has extensive expertise in the cloud and ITS space, covering the sector at Capgemini, Cobweb and Icoda.

Centiq's founder and CEO, Glyn Heath explained the recruitment of Dixon is part of the company's strategy to take advantage of the growing interest in on-premise and cloud managed services.

“2016 has been a year of both significant growth and investment for Centiq," Heath said. "The relentless need for efficiency in IT is driving significant opportunities for our in-memory managed services, both on-premise and increasingly in the cloud.

"As our customers know, we will always deliver, and as a team, we can see this quality of service is paying off. With new facilities, a refreshed, but deeply experienced, team and more proven expertise knowledge than the competition, we are looking forward to 2017 and building on our successes over the next 12 months.”

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