CCL appoints head of public cloud practice
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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