We are delighted to announce the appointment of Steve Fisher as Chief Technology Officer. Steve brings with him 18 years’ experience working in senior positions at a variety of tech companies including Zoopla Property Group, The Property Software Group, Guardian News & Media’s Property Services Division and Convio.
Steve takes responsibility for driving technological innovation across the Gray Dawes Group, developing a strong vision and delivering new and exciting products for the benefit of the businesses clients.
WHAT DID OUR CEO HAVE TO SAY?
Suzanne Horner, CEO of Gray Dawes Group, said “The appointment of a Chief Technology Officer is a vital one for the future of our business. We took our time recruiting for this role to ensure we secured the highest possible calibre of candidate and Steve is just that.”
Horner continues, “The experience that Steve has built outside of the travel industry is hugely exciting for all of us at Gray Dawes. I am thrilled to start working with Steve and seeing how his fresh perspective and dynamism will further enhance the work already being undertaken by our in-house tech team.”
Commenting on his move to Gray Dawes, Steve Fisher said “I am delighted to be joining Suzanne and the rest of the Gray Dawes team at such an exciting period of growth and achievement. I fully intend on further enhancing the organisation’s technology leadership credentials.”
COMMENTS FROM STEVE
Fisher, who started his new role on 11th March, continued, “I am really looking forward to applying my experience in software strategy, product development and agile delivery to the very forefront of the travel industry.”
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