Netcompany chooses Richard Davies as Country Managing Partner

23 April 2021 2 min. read
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Richard Davies has joined Netcompany as Country Managing Partner, to drive growth in the UK market during crucial step for the company.

Global IT services provider, Netcompany has appointed Richard Davies as Country Managing Partner in a move to expand company growth and prevalence in the UK market.

Bringing with him over 20 years of experience of leading major digital innovation and digital transformation projects, Davies will work closely with existing customers and engage new relationships across key markets. As Country Managing Partner, he will be responsible for leading the team to meet and exceed newly set business goals for the UK.

Richard Davies, Country Managing Partner UK, Netcompany

Prior to joining Netcompany, Davies was Vice President at DXC Technology where he led digital business initiatives across large clients in Europe as well as being Managing Director of DXC’s Leading Edge Forum Programme. In this role where he built a global thought leadership & advisory programme to create and deliver next practice intellectual property to executives on how IT will reshape the way they do business. 

Davies commented: “I’m thrilled to be joining the team here in the UK at such a key time for the company, with some very exciting society-critical customer projects coming to fruition.”

“The Netcompany ethos of delivering proven, business-critical solutions at scale, fast, to achieve true digital transformation and world-class, user-friendly, digital services for citizens and businesses; aligns exactly with my own background and beliefs. I’ll be working hard with the team to refine Netcompany’s focus in the UK and to engage new and existing customer relationships across key markets.” 

Netcompany’s CEO André Rogaczewski commented on Richard’s appointment: “I’m delighted to welcome Richard as Country Managing Partner and excited to see him successfully lead the UK team. Richard is recognised for his experience leading major digital innovation and digital transformation projects and bringing him in at this point, marks a crucial step in enhancing our capabilities and delivering solutions to an already thriving UK market.” 

“With Richard on board we expect to broaden and strengthen our partnerships with large enterprises, government institutions in order to help them succeed in digital transformation.” 

Netcompany was founded in 2000 in Copenhagen, Denmark. Today, the firm has over 3,000 employees in six countries.