Jos Creese joins Advice Cloud in Strategic Client Advisor role
Advice Cloud are delighted to welcome Creese Consulting’s Jos Creese as Strategic Adviser to Advice Clouds clients.
Jos Brings over 25 years experience at the most senior level within the public sector and is the current President of BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT. Jos will be assisting Advice Clouds Public & Private Sector clients in understanding how to make the most of Digital Transformation agenda within the UK Public Sector with a specific focus on Local Government.
Advice Cloud founder Chris Farthing said: “we are delighted to welcome someone with Jos’ experience and knowledge to the Advice Cloud family. I strongly believe that this shows the market how serous we are in helping the Public Sector meet its transformational challenges and assisting our growing client base understand how they can make a difference to UK citizens”
Jos Creese commented “ I am greatly looking forward to working alongside Chris and his team at Advice Cloud. We share a vision of how digital services and IT can assist in transforming Government and the importance of the SME supply chain in achieving this”
Jos will be the key speaker at a client only event to be held in London in September. This event will be free to attend to Advice Cloud clients. To express interest in this event please contact Chris Farthing or Lena Ludwig on 01273 900642 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
About Advice Cloud
Advice Cloud are Public Sector Procurement Specialists and G-Cloud consultants. Since launching in 2014 Advice Cloud have helped over 20 companies ranging from 5 man SME’s to multi $bn global corporations on how to assist the UK Public sector buy IT, Cloud & Digital services. Advice Cloud have a 100% success rate across all frameworks that they work on & their clients have won £2.43m as since December 2014 with over £10m in the pipeline.
About Creese Consulting
Creese Consulting was formed in 2015 to assist public and private sectors to work better in meeting the challenge of digital transformation. For the public sector this means helping to modernise IT provision and supporting leadership teams in moving to a fully digital operating model. For the private sector it’s about how to position products and services for improved engagement with the public sector and as a result to deliver better value.