The SimplyBiz Group appoints chief operating officer

Worked at group six months

Hannah Godfrey
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The SimplyBiz Group has appointed Kyle Augustin to the position of chief operating officer, with immediate effect.

Augustin joined the Group in an advisory role in mid-2019, following senior roles in operations and technology at a number of FSTE 100 listed companies.  He will lead the digital and data transformation at The SimplyBiz Group with responsibilities including information technology, human resources and operational excellence, the firm said. SimplyBiz joint CEO Neil Stevens said: "Kyle will lead our technology and operational excellence, strengthening our digital capabilities and developing a business platform that will enable our continued strong growth in the future. He has already mad...

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