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Former utilities engineer boosts Vetasi team

Enterprise and Asset Management consultancy Vetasi has boosted its business development team with the recruitment of New Business Account Executive, Nick Ageridis.

The 39-year-old, who is a qualified chemical engineer, has more than 15 years’ experience in the water and utilities sectors and joins from Aerzen Machines, a specialist manufacturer to the water and gas markets, where he was Process Manager.  Prior to that, Nick held a number of senior process engineering roles with Worley Parsons and Australian companies, Zinifex, Gutteridge, Haskins and Davies.

As part of his new role, Nick will be managing Vetasi’s business development in the Utilities and Oil & Gas sectors.

Commenting on his appointment, Nick said:  “Vetasi has an impressive track record in delivering innovative EAM solutions in the Utilities and Oil & Gas industries, which I’ll be looking to build on going forward.

“In particular, following Vetasi’s third water contract win with Affinity Water, I’m looking forward to sharing our industry expertise with other UK water companies as part of this new role.”

James Fair, Director, said: “We are delighted to announce Nick’s appointment.  His strong engineering and technical sales background working with blue chip companies in the water and utilities sectors makes him ideally placed to develop Vetasi’s business in these industries.”

Established in 2005, Vetasi is a market leader Enterprise Asset Management (EAM), IT Service Management (ITSM), and Property Portfolio Management (PPM) solutions, using IBM Maximo and other complementary technologies. The company has more than 70 consultants, making it the largest IBM Maximo Partner in Europe and Africa. Vetasi’s UK client base includes Affinity Water, South East Water, Staffordshire Water, Scotia Gas Networks and Perenco.