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Cantium Business Solutions appoints new Head of Public Sector

Cantium Business Solutions, a specialist provider of IT, HR and Finance solutions, announces the appointment of Graham Cutting as Head of Public Sector. Graham will be responsible for developing relationships with customers, understanding their needs, and using his expertise to help organisations adapt and innovate through the use of new technologies.

As public sector organisations increasingly look to accelerate cloud adoption, with digital transformation more critical than ever in response to the coronavirus pandemic, Cantium’s solutions and services offer customers a foundation for managing back-office functions so they can better support their citizens.

Commenting on his appointment, Graham Cutting said: “Recently, we’re seen an increased uptake of digital services to support initiatives like remote working. Cantium’s agile and customer-centric approach gives me the opportunity to develop relationships, helping organisations to understand their needs and deploy the right solutions for now and into the future. I’m looking forward to collaborating with both new and existing clients at this time of change within the public sector.” 

Graham has an extensive understanding of public sector IT services and over 20 years of experience in the industry. He joins from Capita, where he worked as a Business Development Manager and was responsible for collaborating with clients across local government, healthcare and public services. Prior to this, he held various senior roles within 3M, Hewlett Packard and Channel Marketing & Sales companies, where his responsibilities included researching market trends as well as business growth and development. 

Mark Scott, CEO of Cantium Business Solutions added: “Everyone here is looking forward to welcoming Graham to the team. He brings a considerable amount of experience and knowledge to the position, which is just what we need as the public sector accelerates digital transformation projects in the wake of coronavirus. The sector faces great opportunity but also some significant challenges, so it is extremely important for us to have the right people on board to help us provide the best guidance to our customers.”