– UK, Tonbridge – Blancco Technology Group Plc (LON: BLTG), the industry-standard in data erasure and mobile device diagnostics, today announced that Catherine Michel will join the Company on 1 January 2020 as an Independent Non-Executive Director. She will also be a member of the audit, remuneration and nomination committees.
“We are delighted that Catherine will be joining our Board in January 2020. She has a wealth of experience in the technology sector which will bring additional valuable industry insights as we continue to execute our growth strategy. I am sure her expertise will enable her to make an extremely useful contribution to the business,” said Rob Woodward, Chair.
About Catherine Michel
Catherine is currently Chief Technology Officer for life-saving technology company Halma plc, where she has global responsibility for the group’s data and IT strategy. She is also a member of Halma’s Executive Management Board. Previously, Catherine was CTO for Sigma Systems following its acquisition of Tribold Limited in 2013, a business she founded and, as CTO, was the principal architect of the company’s products and solutions portfolio.
She also serves on the UK5G Advisory board and was formerly on the TM Forum Executive Committee. She has won a number of industry accolades including ‘CTO of the Year’ at Digital Transformation World, the leading ‘Woman in Telecoms’ at the World Communications Awards and twice named one of the ‘Top Most Powerful People in the Telecoms Industry’ by Global Telecoms Business.
Blancco Technology Group plc is the industry standard in data erasure and mobile device diagnostics.
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