03 August 2015

ITRS Group appoints Guy Warren CEO

09 July 2014  |  1839 views  |  0 Source: ITRS Group Ltd

ITRS Group Ltd, the leading global provider of performance monitoring and management technology, today announced the appointment of Guy Warren as Chief Executive Officer of the company.

Mr Warren replaces Kevin Covington, who will remain as a Senior Advisor to ITRS.

Guy Warren brings over 25 years' experience of running software businesses and working directly with companies within ITRS's target market.

Prior to joining ITRS, he spent two years with FNZ Group as Group COO & European CEO, and previously served as Chief Operating Officer to the FTSE Group. While at FTSE Group, Mr Warren was a customer of ITRS, using Geneos to monitor the real-time platforms which calculated and distributed the FTSE's real-time indices. During this period, Guy delivered significant improvements in availability, achieving better that 99.99% uptime.

Guy also spent a number of years as the EVP and General Manager of Misys Banking, a leader in the core banking software market. He led the successful launch and adoption of their new core banking product to existing and new customers.

Commenting on the appointment, Richard Berliand, Chairman of ITRS said: "We are delighted to welcome Guy to the board of ITRS. Guy has a wealth of experience of both running companies within the software sector, and also companies which rely on software to run their businesses. He is therefore well placed to bring ITRS to the next stage of its growth."

"On behalf of the Board, I would also like to thank Kevin for his contribution to the success of ITRS to date. We are delighted that Kevin has decided to remain as a Senior Advisor to ITRS." 

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