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DriveTech strengthens leadership team with two appointments

DriveTech, part of the AA, has made two new appointments to its senior leadership team to further strengthen the business.

Des Morrison joins DriveTech as head of police contracts, reporting to managing director, David Wilson.

He previously worked at TTC Group, where he was operations director and managing director for several years.

His role is to lead DriveTech’s strategy in the driver offender retraining market, where the company has significant ambitions to grow.

Morrison will also manage the day-to-day police operations team.

Dr Nigel Pratten, who has worked with DriveTech over several years on various developmental projects, will take up a new role as head of product solutions and training.

This role encompasses two  areas of the business; product management to ensure customer needs are captured and met, as well as the management and development of DriveTech’s long-standing trainer community.

Pratten will be accountable for driving innovation in DriveTech’s customer-led solutions.

He will be developing and managing a single product road map across UK and International fleet risk management business as well as police contracts.

Pratten has previously has managed large contracts for Government, its agencies and blue chip companies including managing the Energy Efficiency Best Practice Programme on behalf of Department of the Environment.



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