Maru/edr promote technical head to board

November 10, 2016

Maru/edr, Voice of the Customer leaders – and part of global enterprise MARU Group – have promoted Director of Technical Operations, Angelos Devletoglou to UK Chief Technical Officer to represent the business’ technical strategy, product development and innovation.

Having joined Maru/edr back in 2007 as a software developer, Angelos has contributed significantly to the development of the platform and client customisations. Angelos progressed into technical management and since 2014 has been heading up the technical operations team.  Using his hands on development experience and passion for the delivery of digital solutions, has been instrumental in driving growth, quality and efficiency throughout the business.

Angelos has a wide-reaching skillset across technical implementation, commercial applications and operational efficiencies. Both his technical and detailed knowledge of Maru/edr systems, technologies and processes will help Maru/edr continue to deliver outstanding Voice of the Customer programs and enhance capabilities through continuous innovation.

The appointment creates a seven-strong board of directors at Maru/edr touching all commercial areas of the business including technology, client services, research operations, finance and sales and marketing.

Alongside Angelos, Maru/edr have also promoted Global Head of Security and Compliance, James Clarke, Associate Director, Sarah Beams, Director of Engineering, Laurent Pernot and Director of Technical Strategy, Duncan Grist into the Executive Leadership Team joining Anna Ritchie, Kat Hounsell, Crispin Boon, and Lloyd Viney to support day-to-day operations across the business.

Shane Wright, Chief Technical Officer at Maru Group, comments, “I am thrilled to welcome Angelos to the board as UK Chief Technical Officer. As we set to grow our research and technical operations as part of MARU Group to deliver world class solutions and advisory insight, Angelos will help focus our efforts on technology innovation and development”.

Alongside recent promotions Maru/edr also currently have a number of other vacancies throughout the business – including web designers, research analysts and software development managers – as the company continues to scale its operations.