Talent streamlined to create focus on operational excellence
Exertis, today announced the restructure of some key staff in its UK finance team.
The business is pleased to announce Gary Hollington as Business Transformation Director. Gary’s knowledge of Exertis makes him a natural fit for this role, and will focus on optimising front and back office business processes ensuring that they are easily scalable, driving operational efficiencies, and enabling the provision of timely and quality decision support information.
Gary said: “Operational excellence is a key part of the Exertis strategy, and I am delighted that I will be able to support delivery of this through the Business Transformation Director role. For me it’s a great opportunity to widen my knowledge base in Exertis and apply my previous transformation experience to help our business spend less time looking internally, and more time supporting our vendors and customers.”
Chris Banks will be stepping up to replace Gary as Group Financial Controller.
Richard Hinds, Chief Operating Officer, Exertis UK&I, said: “Recent months have seen businesses impacted in a variety of ways, and at Exertis, we are constantly assessing how our business is best equipped and structured. I’m confident that these steps will help us respond to any future challenges in the best possible way. We wish each of these individuals in new roles every success for the future.”
Exertis is the leading technology distributor of consumer, business and enterprise products from pioneering technology brands, playing an integral role in supplying the world with cutting-edge tech. Over forty years Exertis has distributed the technology that transforms societies and facilitated the world’s transition to digital. These days Exertis distributes everything from AV solutions to AI-powered smart-tech.
Exertis is powered by the mantra ‘our people, our customers, our business’. In 2020 it won ‘Best Company to Work For’ at the CRN Sales & Marketing Awards and had a turnover of £3.913 billion. Exertis, a wholly owned subsidiary of parent company DCC PLC, a FTSE 100 company, represents more than 700 brands in the UK alone and continues to grow. As technology evolves, so does Exertis.