Enterprise and Asset Management consultancy Vetasi has boosted its client services team with the appointment of Engagement Manager, Nick Waller.
Nick, who has more than 25 years’ experience of Enterprise and IT Asset Management solutions, joins from IBM where he worked as a Client Technical Professional specialising in IBM Maximo. Prior to that, Nick held a number of senior roles designing and implementing software solutions for SAIC, MRO Software and BT Syntegra, which included projects in manufacturing, chemicals and petroleum, transportation, facilities and property management.
As part of his new role, Nick will be working alongside clients and prospective customers to help continuously improve their asset management processes and earn value from IBM Maximo.
Commenting on his appointment, Nick said: “I’m delighted to be joining Vetasi, as one of the most experienced and innovative EAM business partners that IBM has globally. I am really looking forward to working with our clients and prospective customers to help them realise the business value from their investment in IBM Maximo.
“With the influence of ISO 55000 driving standards and IT innovation, it is an ideal time for organisations to review their current asset management strategies and adopt best practice to ensure they have the best solution in place.”
James Fair, Director at Vetasi, said: “Nick’s IBM experience and specialist knowledge of IBM Maximo over the past 15 years will be of huge benefit to our clients and prospective customers alike. He makes a great addition to our UK team.”
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 international client base includes GSK, Royal Bank of Scotland, Gas de France Suez, Volvo, Toyota, BP, Johnson & Johnson, Diageo, and Bombardier.