CCL appoints head of public cloud practice

Mike Manson promoted.
Mike Manson

Mike Manson has been appointed head of public cloud practice at CCL.

Formed in 2019 through the merger of Spark-owned Revera and Computer

Concepts Limited, CCL claims to be the country’s largest New Zealand-focused IT

services company, including close to 700 employees, 11 offices

nationwide, and end-to-end IT management and cloud technology services.

Christchurch-based Manson, formerly the company’s transitions manager, previously worked at cloud provider Umbrellar. His 20-plus year career in IT covers both technical and business-facing roles, from systems engineering and operations to service delivery and transformation.

Manson spearheads CCL’s freshly aligned public cloud practice, following the company’s merger with Revera.

The company’s new-look practice comprises 80-plus architects and engineers, forming the engine-room driving the company’s growing public cloud footprint.

In April Spark-owned CCL launched a Microsoft M365 Fast Track service, signing up over 100 clients to Microsoft-funded training and support to take advantage of the full M365 public cloud portfolio.

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