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Manheim appoints new chief technology officer

Manheim is aiming to strengthen its technology resources with the recruitment of Simon Warrington to the new role of chief technology officer.

Simon will sit on the Manheim Group Board and will initially lead a comprehensive review of the technology strategy across the whole of the Manheim Group in the UK and Europe.

Warrington brings a wealth of IT and Change Management experience to Manheim having held a number of senior positions across a wide range of industries, most recently as global vice president, IT, of packaging company Linpac and before that as European chief information officer of GE Commercial Finance Fleet Services.

John Bailey, Manheim CEO, said: “Simon Warrington’s appointment further underlines the degree of priority we continue to give to this area of our business. I am confident that he is the right person to deliver a step change in the way in which we take full advantage of the opportunities that first class technology provides us and also our customers. I am delighted that we have been able to attract an individual of Simon’s calibre and expertise to our organisation.”

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