Exertis has appointed Vishal Chhatralia as Chief Digital and Marketing Officer.
Chhatralia joined Exertis in 2019, focusing on developing digital capabilities within Exertis UK.
In his new role, Chhatralia will accelerate the digital journey of the Exertis Group internationally, while also taking on responsibility for Exertis’ own brand portfolio and global vendor account management.
Chhatralia will report into Tim Griffin, Managing Director of DCC Technology.
Tim Griffin, Managing Director of DCC Technology, said: “This move will enhance and accelerate our digital transformation across the Exertis Group. Chhatralia has successfully built blueprints for many initiatives in the UK and now we begin the process of scaling these out. I wish Vishal every success in his new role.”
Exertis UK has also announced Phill Turner, Global Head of Voice of the Customer, is moving into the position of Chief Experience Officer, reporting to Paul Bryan, Managing Director of Exertis UK. The newly created role is responsible for delivering a seamless customer experience across all stages and touchpoints in the customer journey, helping the business continually achieve greater customer satisfaction and increased efficiencies.
Turner will assume responsibility for Customer Services and Sales Operations but will also be the driving force in prioritising and encouraging problem-solving, strategic thinking and customer orientation amongst the wider organisation including IT, Operations, HR, Finance, Sales, Commercial, Marketing, Digital and Purchasing.
Robert Fitzsimons, UK Marketing Director, and Kati Eagle, Purchasing Director, will also now report directly into Paul Bryan, Managing Director, Exertis UK.
Paul Bryan, Managing Director, Exertis UK, said, “I would like to say a huge congratulations to Vish on his Global move and to Phill on his new appointment. I also very much look forward to working more closely with both Kati and Rob.”
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