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Cloud makes key appointments to drive growth

Cloud has made two key appointments to accelerate its global expansion plans, with Stuart Ruthven promoted to the Director of Products and Katie Harvey to Director of Operations.

Ruthven joined Cloud two years ago as IoT Product Manager and played a pivotal role in shaping the company’s technology strategy and product lineup, particularly with the development of Mindsett PRISM. With over 15 years of experience in technology and product development, he has focused on developing and managing innovative solutions, notably in facility management, computer-aided facilities management (CAFM) and IoT projects.

Commenting on Ruthven’s appointment, Jeff Dewing, CEO at Cloud, said: “Stuart’s promotion to Director of Products marks the significant contribution he has made to the success of Cloud’s industry-changing technology Mindsett PRISM, and its current expansion into new global territories, such as US, Singapore and the Netherlands. He has a deep understanding of the benefits that technology can bring to facilities management and the reduction of carbon emissions.”

Harvey, with over nine years of dedicated service at Cloud, has demonstrated exceptional leadership across various domains, from helpdesk support to account management and supply chain optimisation. In her recent role as a Client Success Partner, Harvey spearheaded transformative initiatives in client service delivery.

Cloud COO, Terry Mills said: “Katie has been the driving force behind significant changes in our service delivery to clients. She is an outstanding member of the client services team, and her promotion to director of operations will ensure we continue to place customer success at the heart of everything we do.”

Dewing said: “Cloud has a history of innovation in facilities management and is now recognised as a leader in Greentech. It’s important to ensure that our next step in the journey is supported by the best talent the industry has to offer.”

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