A ‘CLOUD SPECIALIST’ has been recruited by Scottish firm French Duncan, as the practice looks to robustly manage its online offering to clients.
Mary Blyth has joined the Top 50+50 firm as cloud services manager. Her remit will include developing the availability of cloud services to clients – helping them through advisory to implementation, then from the delivery side.
Greg Callan, head of entrepreneurial services at French Duncan, said: “I’m delighted to welcome Mary to our team. She brings with her a wealth of experience in cloud accounting and, as such, represents a tremendous asset to our clients.
“It is important that French Duncan continue to provide our clients with the services and advice which will help them be as efficient and effective as possible in an environment which is constantly evolving. Mary’s appointment is a key step in French Duncan’s objective of being the adviser of choice for forward thinking business owners.”
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