Digiterre Ltd (“Digiterre”) well known for their tailored CRM software modules and solutions based on Microsoft Dynamics is pleased to announce that Damien Ducourty has joined to be their Head of Business Development, reporting to Ian Murrin, CEO.
Damien joins Digiterre Ltd. from Vishon UK LLP, investment advisors, where he worked as a partner. Damien spent the bulk of his career in software with HP, Technicolor and Alcatel having served the telecommunication and IT industry during its transition from public sector to the advent of the Internet and mobile revolution.
Damien holds a Master in Management and Business from IAE Gustave Eiffel – Paris, and a Level 3 Certificate in Investments from the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment.
Ian Murrin, CEO, said:
“Our number one priority at Digiterre is to continue our rapid growth and to serve clients with intuitive, efficient and useful software accessible anywhere and anytime. Our unique features help Hedge Funds and Private Equity funds to raise and retain assets better than competitors – A must have during times of new requirements by investors around Governance, Risk and Transparency. Damien has extensive experience with investors and understands well the regulatory changes coming along. He brings with him a win-win spirit, a wide range of skills and a deep knowledge of the markets in which we operate, which we believe will provide invaluable additional value to our clients. Damien’s appointment further strengthens our team and we are extremely pleased to welcome him to Digiterre.”
Established in 2000, Digiterre provides software products and enterprise software development services to the investment management, banking, commodities and energy trading sectors.
Its clients include many of the world’s largest banks, hedge funds, asset managers, fund of funds, fund administrators, prime brokers and energy & commodities trading firms. Strong company values and a focus on meeting and exceeding customers’ expectation, has ensured that Digiterre has an excellent reputation in all its markets. With offices in London and New York, Digiterre continues to enjoy double-digit revenue and profit growth year-on-year.