Forward-thinking Business and technology consultancy, Equantiis, has appointed experienced Financial Director, Simon Williams, as its new Chief Financial Officer [CFO] to help strengthen its senior leadership team and guide the business through its next stage of growth.
Having recently marked 10 successful years in business, Equantiis is widely regarded as a leading Consulting and Delivery Services company, which boasts a proven track record in helping organisations in Higher Education, Membership, Not-For-Profit and Public Sectors bridge the gap to their stakeholders.
An experienced Financial Director, Simon Williams boasts a 30+ year career in Finance and Project Management, where he prides himself in delivering strategic reviews, financial modelling, corporate governance, acquisitions & restructuring and full financial analysis, evaluation and reporting for SMEs.
In joining the Equantiis senior leadership team, Simon will now play a pivotal role in building strong financial foundations to sustain continued and accelerated growth, with the Consultancy forecast to increase revenue by a further 30% by the close of 2024.
This follows a successful 12 months for the business, having increased its annual turnover by 34% while welcoming new Commercial Director, Mike Lewis, to the Board.
Alistair Sergeant, Founder and CEO of Equantiis, confirmed: “Equantiis has grown from strength to strength in recent years, but in order to really accelerate revenue and achieve our next phase of growth, we require the support of an experienced and strategic CFO as part of our ambitious senior leadership team.
I am, therefore, delighted to welcome Simon to the business and am already impressed by his strategic but ambitious approach.”
Headquartered in London, Equantiis is underpinned by a team of experienced business and technology transformation consultants.
Committed to helping its clients achieve maximum potential by optimising their business processes and technology adoption, Equantiis enables better client interactions and support for their most important asset, their people.