Altia announces new Chief Revenue Officer

Altia announces new Chief Revenue Officer

Altia has announced the official appointment of James Grew as its new Chief Revenue Officer.

With a distinguished track record in propelling revenue growth and nurturing dynamic sales teams, James Grew's appointment marks a pivotal moment in Altia's journey. James’ strategic acumen, honed over years of transformative leadership, coupled with a profound understanding of the technology landscape, positions him as a pivotal force in driving the company's ongoing expansion.

Prior to this appointment, James’ previous roles have seen him orchestrate significant revenue milestones across various domains, with a focus on the public sector. His knack for fostering strategic partnerships, building agile sales teams, and achieving revenue targets is evident in his history of accomplishments. Prior to joining Altia, James had a successful career spanning 20 years in commercial leadership roles at Serco, Advanced, Community Brands, and Impero where he led the company's expansion leading to a successful investment from Investcorp.
Rob Sinclair, CEO Altia, said:

“I’m delighted that James is taking on the role of CRO at Altia. James' appointment embodies our pursuit of excellence and innovation. As we continue to expand our footprint and redefine what's possible in our industry, his visionary leadership will be integral. James' alignment with our values and his unparalleled expertise make him a valuable addition to the Altia team."
James Grew's arrival coincides with a period of strategic growth for Altia. The company's range of solutions

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