London - SAS Global Communications, an international provider of managed network and professional services, has announced that Alex Stott has stood down as chairman of the company after three years.
Stott, who co-founded SAS in 1989, has decided to refocus on new ideas and opportunities development overseas.
“I am extremely proud of what we have achieved over the last three years,” said Stott. “The company has transformed itself and is in pole position to take advantage of the incredible opportunity available in the marketplace. It has been a pleasure working alongside the management team at such an exciting point in the company’s development. The company is in great shape, with good long term growth prospects supported by a solid foundation of people, processes and systems.”
Commenting on Stott’s decision to leave, Charles Davis, CEO of SAS Global Communications said, “Alex has been fundamental to the growth of SAS over the last three years and I would like to thank Alex for the enormous contribution he’s made to the success of the company.”
Colin Mattey, currently a non-executive director with the company, will succeed Stott as chairman of SAS Global Communications with effect from 9th September 2013.
“We’re very pleased that Colin has joined us,” said Davis. “He has a wealth of experience in enterprise strategy and can demonstrate an impressive track record of improving shareholder value through partnerships and alliances, as well as service innovation and strategic client development. These qualities will be a huge asset to SAS as the company enters its next stage of growth.”
“I am delighted and privileged to take on the role of chairman,” said Mattey. “SAS has achieved great success in the last few years and it will be my aim to support the leadership team in the continued drive for growth. SAS has developed not only an outstanding portfolio of managed services but also an enviable track record in customer service. With our continued focus on partners, our people capability and our clients I’m sure we can anticipate future success.”