New Managing Director at FSI
FSI (FM Solutions) Limited, Microsoft Gold Certified Partners, and developers of the Concept™ range of Computer Aided Facilities Management (CAFM) software, announce the appointment of John Moriarty as Managing Director, following the retirement of current Managing Director, Jim Mitchell, at the end of June 2006.
Jim joined FSI in 1994, to set up the Implementation and Consultancy arm of the Company. Jim is a strong advocate of using CAFM as a business management tool in the Facilities Management industry. He was appointed Operations Director in 1997, Managing Director in 2000, and led the Management Buy Out (MBO) of FSI in 2002.
Jim will remain a director and shareholder in FSI (FM Solutions) Limited and act in a Consultancy role, developing the Middle East operation.
John joins FSI, having held senior positions in both the Facilities Management and Hard Services Industries. Having spent his formative years with a leading Hard Services provider, John has developed his business skills in the Sales, Technical and Operational environments.
John says of the next phase of FSI: "Jim has been pivotal to the success of FSI and hence I am pleased to be his successor. It is my intention to build upon this solid platform, by focusing upon service excellence and strategic solutions that exceed the customer expectation, whilst utilising and capitalising upon the highly competent, and committed expertise within the company of FSI. Brand is of high importance to me and hence it will be our missive to ensure our company is regarded not only for its quality of CAFM software, but also for its customer facing and delivery solution ethic. FSI, based upon their flexible platform, have an opportunity to reach a number of market sectors both in the UK and abroad".
Since its formation in 1990 as Facilities Software International, and following the MBO in 2002, the company continues to be a market leader in CAFM, under the name FSI (FM Solutions) Limited.
FSI's portfolio covers the whole spectrum, from health to insurance, aviation to universities, financial services to transport, manufacturing to leisure, etc.