New appointments arrive as firm expands with new Sydney office
Staff analytics platform OrgVue has appointed its first Chief People Officer and new Chief Revenue Officer.
Ken Ferguson joins the firm as its Chief Revenue Officer, alongside Neda Scrini as its Chief People Officer.
Ferguson joins the business from Visier, and brings experience in analytics and data-fuelled businesses from his previous positions including Workday, Oracle and Aria Systems.
He will report to the firm’s CEO and will focus on US expansion from his base in Ohio.
Scrini begins her role mid-May and will be based in the London office, also reporting directly to CEO Rupert Morrison.
She joins the business after 8 years at Vodafone, including Global Head of HR Strategy and Head of Talent.
Prior to this she held roles at Capgemini Consulting and Carphone Warehouse.
Commenting on the hires and investment in Sydney, Morrison, the firm’s CEO said: “With their extraordinary experience and ambition, I’m in no doubt that they’ll be at the forefront of empowering our teams and our clients to design their own best-performing organisations no matter what the situation.
On his appointment Ferguson said: “I have joined this team, because I see a solution and an approach that is helping define the organisational planning and analysis (OP&A) capability in the marketplace, and drive real business value for their clients through a leading technology, and years of domain experience.”
On her role and the work ahead, Scrini said: “OrgVue is the future of HR, empowering leaders to make evidence-backed people decisions with real-time data and analysis at the touch of their fingertips.
“At OrgVue, every individual comes together to embrace the organisational planning and analysis (OP&A) philosophy and works tirelessly to empower clients to realise the value in the approach”.
The firm’s customers include Tesco, Aviva, ITV and HSBC. Its new Sydney office and team opened and assumed their roles in early January. It now has 6 offices and employs over 220 people around the globe.