Cloud computing firm iomart appoints Reece Donovan as COO



Reece Donovan, COO, iomart Reece Donovan, COO, iomart

Cloud computing company iomart Group (AIM:IOM) has announced the appointment of Reece Donovan to the Board as Chief Operating Officer.

Donovan has over 23 years’ experience in the technology and telecommunication industry, in roles both in the UK and internationally.

His most recent position was Chief Executive Officer at Nomad Digital, a provider of IP connectivity and digital solutions to the global transportation sector.

Ian Steele, Chairman, iomart, said: “I would like to welcome Reece to the company. He is an outstanding individual with extensive experience, which he will bring to bear for the benefit of iomart. We are very much looking forward to welcoming him into the leadership team.”

Donovan has held other positions including Senior Vice-President Global Services for CSG International, a provider of software solutions to over 400 customers located in 120 countries and a number of management and operational roles across the technology, communications and consumer packaged goods industries at Steria plc, Xansa plc and Druid plc.


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 “Given the growth of the business and our plans for the future it seems like the right time to strengthen our executive team and we welcome Reece to the company,” said Angus MacSween, Chief Executive Officer, iomart.

“iomart has grown considerably in the last twenty years, delivering over £100 million in revenue last year, servicing a large number of mainly recurring customers, across a wide variety of sectors, from an extensive network of UK data centres.

“Reece has a strong track record within innovative digital businesses and I look forward to working alongside him, as we look to capitalise on the significant market opportunities ahead.”

Last year November, iomart confirmed plans for a new data centre facility in Manchester, with the company revealing that the final planning phases for its investment is underway.

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