Attix5 strengthens global team with appointment of industry heavyweight

Attix5, a leading online data backup and data recovery solutions provider, has just appointed Peter Aird as Chief Operating Officer.

Aird brings extensive board-level experience and expertise in management, business growth and development. He will be responsible for Attix5s global business operations (including the UK and South Africa) and will look to grow existing and potential customer roll-outs.

The appointment of Aird is a strategic move by Attix5 to strengthen its management team as it prepares for further international expansion and business growth. In the last 12 months the software developer has won contracts with blue-chip customers including Accenture, Pfizer, PwC, Tiscali and Dimension Data, and launched a backup service delivery platform for mobile network operators.

Aird has over 25 years experience in international business and operations, having served as vice-president of Global Customer Services for EDS as well as holding board-level and senior executive positions for Baan Company, Lotus Development/IBM, Mocom Systems and Unisys.

Peter Aird has an impressive track record of helping technology companies refine their strategy and optimise their performance. He will prove an invaluable asset in our mission to expand our position in Europe and globally, said Roelou Barry, CEO of Attix5.

Attix5 is setting the standard for anytime, anywhere access, backup and recovery solutions, said Aird. Backup technology is a critical component of todays business governance and continuity strategies and with Backup Professional; Attix5 has one of the most comprehensive solutions on the market. Its capability covers the entire extended enterprise and can backup and restore any data stored on any platform - from servers and desktops to laptops and mobile devices.

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