Stonebridge Systems has appointed a new digital director to drive company expansion with the launch of a new digital services portfolio.
Cassandra Read-Hamilton, who will be based in Melbourne, will lead the management solutions provider's expansion of it Web Content Management services portfolio with the launch of a full range of digital services.
Read-Hamilton has 15 years' experience in digital services and was most recently chief information officer and digital communications manager of Sustainability Victoria. Stonebridge chief executive, Craig Broadbent, said the company's new digital services would build on the company's successful business momentum and recent track record of success in the Adobe Marketing Cloud. "Our experience in the Adobe Marketing Cloud, together with our expertise in the SAP environment and Hybris e-commerce development enables us to offer a broad and unique digital experience to our customers," he said.
"We can now build on our success and deliver world class solutions with these product sets, especially as these three companies have a very close relationships with each other," said Broadbent. Broadbent said he was extremely pleased with the company's first five years in business.
"We have won some great awards and delivered exceptional projects," he said.
"2013 was a great year for securing new business and driving successful project outcomes for leading Australian and global brands.
"We now look forward to building on this success and delivering exceptional digital communications experiences for our customers and prospects," said Broadbent.
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