Integralis has shuffled its senior management team appointing a fresh managing director six months after the previous incumbent was promoted up to a Group board position.
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The IT security specialist has unveiled Neal Lillywhite, who had been director of sales and marketing, as its UK managing director replacing Simon Church who moved into a Group chief operating officer role back in April.
Church had been overseeing the UK and had helped make it one of the strongest performing territories for the Group with his promotion a reward for the most recent performance.
In its most recent yearly results the UK was the strongest performing territory delivering €81.1m of the overall revenue figure of €188m, increasing year-on-year its share of the business by 21.5%.
Lillywhite has been with the firm for more than four years and will now be given the chance to spearhead its growth strategy.
He said that it had local expertise and market knowledge that enabled the security player to continue to deliver good results: "We continue to take pride in our local approach to analyse and identify information security risk."