Sam Rudge joins Stellarmann as director

10 June 2024 Consultancy.uk 2 min. read
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Stellarmann has appointed Sam Rudge as its sales director. Speaking on the news, Rudge noted, “Stellarmann’s all-star team mentality is embedded right across the organisation, and I’m thrilled to be joining the company at such an exciting time of growth.”

Stellarmann, formerly William Alexander Consulting, launched in 2020 in response to client demands for highly skilled, flexible and scalable contract teams to deliver technology and change programmes. It currently employs more than 30 operational staff and works with over 150 associates. As the company seeks to increase its turnover to £50 million over the next three years, enhancing its sales function will be crucial to its success.

Explaining how the firm can win new clients, Rudge continued, “So many companies find themselves encumbered by obstacles such as legacy infrastructure, systems or harnessing their data. This can often inhibit their ability to quickly deploy next generation technologies. Stellarmann has a proven track record in helping businesses seize new opportunities and accelerate the IT and business changes they need to go through. I look forward to working with more organisations to help them overcome their challenges and realise their goals.”

Sam Rudge joins Stellarmann as director

Looking ahead, Rudge will lead Stellarmann’s commercial offering as the company helps more companies to deploy solutions in areas such as information security, cyber resilience, cloud computing, data management and AI. He will also develop the company’s outcome-based IT and business change management consultancy service. He will also be responsible for building relationships with customers in the financial services, insurance and public sector industries, while exploring new opportunities in complementary sectors. 

A former managing director of Dukebridge Partners, Rudge has over a decade of experience in supporting change programmes with both public sector organisations and multinational businesses operating in the banking, pharmaceutical and energy industries.

The news follows the recent appointment of Lydia Smith to Stellarmann’s marketing team. Joining as inbound marketing manager, she will also work closely with the sales team to establish and nurture relationships within the financial services and insurance sectors.