Onyx Group has appointed Andrew Bevan to the position of Director of Client Solutions. This is, for Onyx, another key next step in the company’s ambitious growth strategy for 2016.
As part of his new role, Andrew will oversee the design and implementation of new customer solutions and services. He will also contribute to the development and introduction of new propositions, enabling Onyx to remain at the forefront of innovation within the IT managed services sector.
Reflecting on his appointment, Andrew said: “This is a truly exciting time to be joining Onyx Group. I am looking forward to applying both my industry and technical experience to help deliver the aggressive growth plans the company has in place.”
“Onyx is widely regarded as having one of the UK’s leading IT infrastructure portfolios and, with a team of highly talented solution architects already in place, I can’t wait to get started.”
CEO of Onyx Group Neil Stephenson has welcomed Andrew’s appointment at the company, commenting: “Customers look to businesses like Onyx to provide them with access to trusted IT professionals with the expertise to deliver a solution capable of supporting not only their current needs and requirements, but also to provide a platform for their future growth and development.”
“In Andrew, we have appointed someone with the technical capabilities and business acumen to exceed our customers’ expectations. With over 25 years of experience in the IT and Managed Services sector, designing complex solutions for some of the world’s leading IT companies, it is testimony to the progress being made at Onyx that we can recruit people with Andrew’s pedigree and I am confident that he will have a big impact on our business moving forward.”
Established in 1994, Onyx Group has grown from a regional IT company to a national technology provider with sites in the North East, London, Scotland and Yorkshire regions. Andrew’s appointment is the latest move in an ambitious long-term plan to become a national, £100 million revenue IT support and services business within the next five years.