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Senior appointment at Resolution IT

Senior appointment at Resolution IT

Tuesday 11 June 2019

Senior appointment at Resolution IT


Outsourced IT services provider, Resolution IT, has made an appointment, with Dan Brown joining the company as Senior Systems Consultant.

Originally from the UK, Mr Brown joins the business with extensive experience in outsourced managed IT services and project management.

He said: "It’s really refreshing to see how technology has been embraced here in entrepreneurial and innovative businesses. In the short time I’ve been here, I’ve experienced a real sense of clients being open to new technological ideas, offering new ways of working and that’s really exciting to see. People are taking measured and informed decisions, yet are receptive to change – something you don’t always see in the SME marketplace in the UK.

"And I genuinely have to say, Resolution IT is one of the nicest companies I have worked for. It’s got a fantastic work/life balance and I defy anyone not to want to work here. The island has been so welcoming to me and I’m already an active member of Guernsey Rugby Club."

Olly Duquemin, Resolution IT’s CEO, said: "We’re really lucky that someone of Dan’s calibre decided to make the move to Guernsey. With his wide understanding of delivering complex infrastructures with exceptional customer service, he’s already made a positive mark for both clients and colleagues alike.

"With an office move planned for later in the summer, we are delighted people continue to join us on our journey."

Pictured top: Dan Brown. 

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