Tuson joins CX solutions specialist to drive global growth strategy
Sabio Group Europe’s leading full service CX provider, has appointed Matt Tuson as Chief Commercial Officer. He brings proven executive leadership, sales and company expansion experience to Sabio, with a 25-years plus track record of driving major sales growth for cloud and CX organisations across multiple vendors.
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Europe’s leading full service CX provider, Sabio Group, appoints Matt Tuson as Chief Commercial Officer (Photo: Business Wire)
Matt joins Sabio from digital document transformation specialist Conga where, during his tenure as SVP and EMEA Managing Director, he led the team to quadruple bookings. Prior to that he was Chief Revenue Officer at PE backed IRIS software. His CX experience was gained from hyper-growth Cloud Contact Centre provider NewVoiceMedia where he was EVP Worldwide Sales; from global market leader Salesforce where he served as AVP Service Cloud, leading sales distribution for EMEA and almost ten years with RightNow Technologies, serving as EMEA Vice President before the company’s acquisition by Oracle in 2011.
“With more and more brands recognising the need to transform their CX operations through digital processes, automation and improved business insight, Sabio is very well placed to support them in this transition,” commented Matt Tuson. “Sabio is committed to becoming the leading CX full service provider across multiple vendors in all of its key markets. I believe in this vision, and I’m looking forward to joining the Sabio team and driving the predictability and consistency we’ll need across the business to achieve our commercial goals.”
“We’ve set ourselves ambitious goals for Sabio for the next five years, so it’s important that the company invests in proven leaders like Matt to ensure we deliver on our growth objectives,” added Sabio Group’s
90-Year-Old Kenny Floor Covering Brand Expands Diverzify Service Locations and Adds Valued Expertise to Best-of-Breed Leadership and Capabilities
Diverzify, the innovative independent leader in commercial flooring installation and maintenance services, is partnering with Kenny Floor Covering, Inc., a legendary 90-year-old Memphis, Tennessee commercial flooring service provider, and will retain the famed brand as part of its multi-location enterprise of service locations. Kenny Floor Covering brings a strong customer base of corporate, real estate development, and medical companies and a breadth of service capabilities that include hard surface, resilient, wood, and carpet to the Diverzify network. As a Diverzify company, Kenny Floor Covering will benefit from operational efficiencies through an innovative digital shared services platform and access to industry-leading physical and intellectual assets and resources.
“We are thrilled to include Kenny Floor Covering in our network of premier brands,” said Bill Graves, president of sales and business development for Diverzify. “It will be exciting and rewarding to extend the reach of this iconic brand to new locations and customers.”
An institution within the greater Memphis business community, Kenny Floor Covering will gain additional strengths and resources through Diverzify. “We are very proud of our business heritage and the reputation we’ve established,” said Kevin Kenny, president of Kenny Floor Covering. “As part of Diverzify, we are enriching our operations and service capabilities to ensure our continued legacy in the Memphis business community and beyond.”
The Kenny Floor Covering brand will be retained and updated to reflect the Diverzify affiliation. The company’s website will be unavailable during the brand update period.
Diverzify is an innovative modular business structure anchored by an advanced shared-services digital platform that links and powers a network of company locations, Diverzify+, and established market brands that include RD Weis Companies, Floors by Beckers, Collaborative Turnkey Solutions (CTS), High Performance
FAIRFIELD, CT — A commercial building in Fairfield recently added two new tenants.
Elinco International Inc. has leased 7,406 square feet of warehouse space on the first floor of 418 Meadow St., while Atmos Air is leasing 3,072 square feet of offices on the second floor, according to a Sept. 25 news release from Southport-based commercial real estate firm Angel Commercial LLC.
“It is great to have found tenants that can utilize the space to help grow their business while remaining in Fairfield,” Angel Commercial LLC President Jon Angel said in the news release. “… The building is in an excellent commuter location with easy access to I-95, Exits 23 & 24.”
Angel was the sole broker in both transactions. Elinco International will take over the space previously occupied by the Fairfield Public Schools maintenance department, according to Jacqueline Greenwood, marketing director for the firm.
Within the last year, the department moved to a location in Bridgeport, after Fairfield officials chose not to renew the school district’s lease at 418 Meadow St., which is owned by Julian Enterprises and serves as the company’s corporate headquarters.
At the time, Julian and Fairfield were embroiled in a legal battle related to Julian Development’s management of the town fill pile. Additionally, several former Fairfield employees were charged in connection with an investigation of contamination at the pile, as was Julian Companies Owner Jason Julian.
Incoming 418 Meadow St. tenant Elinco International Inc. was founded in 1926 in Stamford, and manufactures instruments and controls for electric utility companies.
New office tenant AtmosAir Solutions was established in 2004 and provides continuous indoor environmental sanitizing technology. Its bipolar ionization HVAC device has tested more than 99.9 percent effective in neutralizing the coronavirus, according to the news release from Angel Commercial LLC.
418 Meadow Street is located
It’s been a rough week for Cyberpunk 2077, as Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier reported, and CDPR leadership confirmed, that they were explicitly going back on their previous statements about crunch and mandating that the team work an extra day a week until launch to get the game out on time for its November 19 release.
Schreier reports that really, crunch has been going on for a long time for many members of the CDPR Cyberpunk team, but this was a decree that stated it outright. And CDPR’s Adam Badowski wrote a public statement expressing how hard it was to make the decision and that the “majority” of the team understood:
Now, in an effort to change the topic of conversation, CDPR has debuted a new Cyberpunk trailer starring Keanu Reeves which aired during the NBA game yesterday:
If you didn’t understand Keanu is literally a character in the game this might be a bit confusing, but it reinforces that no, despite pushback from industry folks and fans alike, Cyberpunk is not getting delayed, it is hitting that date no matter what hence…more crunch.
This ad actually kind of sums up a key part of the issue.
I would say a vast, vast majority of fans would accept another Cyberpunk delay at this point, especially knowing that workers are actively suffering to get it out at a specific date, which also happens to come at the tail end of a week where there are a half dozen other huge games releasing for next-gen consoles. As much as people want to play Cyberpunk, most fans seem okay with the idea that it could be pushed to spring.
But it isn’t really about fans will or won’t accept. There are two main factors here: investors and launch plans. Investors will