Sydney based web hosting company Crucial Cloud Hosting have made two key personnel additions since appointment of chief executive officer (CEO) Ijan Kruizinga.
Kruizinga has appointed David Murray as chief operating officer (COO) and Adam Krzywda as chief technology officer (CTO). The new staff acquisitions are claimed to be strategic appointments aimed at gearing the business for substantial growth in 2014.
The Crucial Cloud Holdings CEO said that the creation of the new roles will underpin the current staff and guide the company towards long term goals.
"David and Adam are highly capable individuals who will help develop our company further. Their technical and leadership skills will complement and strengthen the team, a team we are proud to have at Crucial," Kruizinga said.
David Murray comes from previous roles at Ernst and Young and BT holdings. The new COO is said to be focussing on service delivery and efficiency as well as improving corporate governance at Crucial Cloud Systems.
Adam Krzywda joins the web hosting company from Macquarie Bank. He should add further corporate IT experience to the operations team. He has an extensive history in project delivery and systems rollout, and this will assist the drive of product development at the company going forward.
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