ASCG boosts tech capabilities with new hire

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We are thrilled to announce that we have appointed Chris Moran as Head of IT Delivery, investing further in our Intelligent Supply Chain offer.

Chris joins ASCG from Provident Financial, bringing with him 21 years’ experience in all aspects of software development, testing and agile delivery methodologies.

As Head of IT Delivery, Chris will lead the implementation and continued development of the company’s bespoke IT solutions. Innovative technology underpins ASCG’s growth strategy, with continued investment in its Intelligent Supply Chain solution reinventing the way goods are stored, handled, transported and ultimately delivered to the consumer.

Chris explains: “My passion lies in breaking down the barriers between ‘IT’ and ‘business’, what attracted me to ASCG is the focus on technology and innovation at the core of their business model.  In many businesses, technology is simply a means to an end, yet ASCG’s vision is to drive the business forward using new and innovative technology.

“I’m pleased to be working for  ASCG to deliver bespoke solutions that will continue to develop our Intelligent Supply Chain offer, providing customers with a better, more efficient way to manage their supply chain.”

ASCG CEO, Mike Danby, said: “Our number one priority will always be making sure our clients are continuing to receive leading solutions as the market evolves. This starts with our infrastructure and systems, which provide the foundations for everything we do. Chris has an impressive track record in delivering future-focused solutions, and will be a real asset to ASCG, taking our Intelligent Supply Chain capabilities to the next level.”

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