New chief commercial officer supports innovative growth strategy

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22 August 2016

Petter Lautin

New chief commercial officer, Petter Lautin

tmgroup are delighted to announce the appointment of Petter Lautin, who has joined the company as chief commercial officer.

Petter brings over ten years of senior leadership experience to the role. He will be working alongside the senior management team as the company continues to flourish, following a number of first-to-market innovations in 2016.

With a strong background in commercial sales, marketing and building strategic alliances, Petter is primed to “hit the ground running” in the Swindon-based role.

Petter also has a proven history of successful internet security, threat intelligence, cloud and software as a service based delivery; and has previously held roles with large industry influencers like Apple and Symantec.

This advanced skillset and breadth of experience will enable Petter to fully support tmgroup in their commitment to innovation, especially in regards to tackling the immediate threats of fraud and transaction security.

Commenting on his new role, Petter Lautin said:

“I’m really happy to be joining such a vibrant and innovative firm who are at an exciting point in their development. tmgroup’s ethos of making time for their customers through developing smart technology is an attractive prospect for me to be involved with, as we continue to develop our proposition and build on our success.”

Speaking about Petter’s appointment, tmgroup managing director Paul Albone said:

“I’m really pleased to welcome Petter to tmgroup at such an interesting time in our growth as a business. It is a testament to our ambition that we have been able to attract such talent. His breadth of relevant experience in a number of key areas will be of significant value to our clients and a great asset to us as we continue to grow.”

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