Decision Insight Information Group appoints Carl Martin as IT director

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7 February 2013


Carl Martin has been appointed IT Director (Europe) by Decision Insight Information Group, the information and data provider for the financial and legal services.

Martin will lead the European IT function across all of the Decision Insight Information Group brands including SearchFlow, the property search provider, and xit2, the online property data specialist. He will report directly into Marshall King, CEO of Decision Insight Information Group.

With over 27 years in the technology field, Martin has gained extensive experience in designing and building IT systems in industries from mobile communications to banking. Martin’s recent career has focused on financial services, having spent 13 years at Eurobase International, the banking and insurance software provider.

Marshall King said: “Bringing on board someone with Carl’s experience and technical knowledge will allow the group to forge ahead in our product development and innovation. In today’s market, those in the financial, legal and property sectors are looking to streamline processes and get value from the products they use. Carl, will be instrumental in our ability to deliver this to our customers.”

Martin spent his last five years as Eurobase International Group as technology director. Prior to this he was a director within Eurobase’s R&D department, responsible for introducing new quality and design tools and improving Eurobase’s engineering process.



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