A commitment from Misys IFA Services to deliver extensive IT benefits to network members has been re...
A commitment from Misys IFA Services to deliver extensive IT benefits to network members has been reinforced with the appointment of an information technology director.
Jeremy Fish has been appointed to the new board role, and will report directly to Patrick Gale, Misys IFA Services ceo.
Fish joins from Misys largest subsidiary, Midas Kapiti International which specialises in banking software.
He spent his early career with GEC (now Marconi) in a number of roles. In the past two years, with MKI, Fish has had overall responsibility for IT strategy and for delivering a variety of ecommerce and client relationship management solutions.
Misys IFA Services is a company of Misys plc, a Footsie 100 company, and one of the UK's largest software and ecommerce companies.
In the year ended 31 May 2000, Misys achieved revenues of £708.8 million and an operating profit of £130.2 million.
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