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There has been a change at the top of Phoenix Business Solutions with the name on the CEO business cards changing giving the firn's co-founder the opportunity to take the channel player forward.
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The decision to change the leadership at the top of the legal IT specialist came after Jason Petrucci opted to resign after a seven year stint at the firm.
His decision to pursue another opportunity with an unnamed cloud services player has given the firm's global sales director Mathew Crocker the chance to step into the CEO shows.
Crocker co-founded Phoenix Business Solutions back in 2003 and has been occupied building the sales strategy across EMEA, Asia and the Americas.
The Phoenix board thanked the contribution of Petrucci and wished him well in his next venture.
Crocker, who takes up the CEO role with immediate effect, said that he recognised the task ahead and had a clear idea of what his immediate priorities were.
“From day one my focus will be firmly on ensuring we continue to provide an unparalleled service to support our clients within this constantly evolving information management landscape," he said.
The firm operates six offices globally and has a customer base of 400 plus clients. When the firm revealed its financial progress after the first eight months of year the then CEO indicated that one of the priorities for 2018 would be further international expansion.
The firm also indicated that it would be increasing its offerings around the cyber security, compliance and information governance areas.
"Today’s marketplace is a dynamic one, where governance and compliance can provide a strategic framework for data and information management. Our clients look to experienced partners like Phoenix to help navigate the new complexities of managing, applying and securing their highly sensitive data," he added.