DSP-Explorer, one of the UK’s largest independent database and cloud managed services and consultancy providers, has announced that Tracy Westall has joined their team as a non-executive director.
Tracy is a highly respected figure in the UK Digital and Technology sector, having operated as a board-level executive for over 30 years.
By joining DSP-Explorer, Tracy is adding to a high-profile portfolio of non-executive directorships and board memberships including the Department for Transport where she sits on the Future of Transport Advisory Board supporting the Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy’s Industrial Grand Challenge. She is also a non-executive director at WM5G Ltd, Birmingham Tech Week, Chair of Curium Solutions, an Advisory Board Member for Bruntwood Scitech Birmingham, and a Governor at Birmingham City University.
Her background is in sales and business development, having previously been responsible for the establishment of midland tech firm SCC's successful public sector business, culminating in a £350M, 100+ staff operation.
On her appointment DSP-Explorer CEO, Simon Goodenough commented: “I’m delighted to be welcoming Tracy to her new role at DSP-Explorer. She has vast experience in high-growth business building which is going to be a fantastic asset to us as we look to expand the business in new directions following our recent £8m investment from YFM.”
Tracy added: “I’m thrilled to be joining DSP-Explorer at such an exciting time in their development and look forward to bringing my commercial expertise and enthusiasm for digital technology to the business’ future plans.”
DSP-Explorer is a Data Management and Cloud Platform MSP that delivers enterprise-grade support & consulting services for Oracle, Microsoft, and Multi-Cloud technologies. With a 25-year heritage in managed services, we strive to be an inventive, proactive service provider, priding ourselves on employing world-class technologists and using best practice methodology. Our forte is mission-critical database architectures, whether on-premises, in-the-cloud or spanning both. Headquartered in London but with further offices in Leeds and Nottingham, DSP-Explorer has over 500 clients across the UK, Europe, and North America.