Staffordshire UK – 2 December 2019
Leading aviation software company, FLYdocs, today announced another step forward in its investment towards a digital technology-enabled future with the appointment of Carl Davis as the company’s new Chief Technology Innovation Officer (CTIO). Carl brings more than 10 years of experience as a Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and was recently nominated for the Digital Innovation Award 2019 by The Federation of Small Businesses. His previous roles include the digitisation of leasing and lending platforms, delivering data-driven process automation and upscaling analytics teams. Additionally, he ran the risk and fraud programme at Santander Bank, was CTO of Bibby Financial Services (Verus360 division) and CTO for analytics company DC-Storm (a Rakuten acquisition).
Speaking on the appointment, FLYdocs CEO Andre Fischer said:
“Earlier in the year, we committed to a new strategy which requires us to make smart investments to ensure that we profitably grow market share, enhance our customer’s experience and, ultimately, deliver on our mission to be the Company of Choice. Technology and innovation are vital enablers for this journey, and as we are a software company, Carl is the perfect candidate to further strengthen our leadership team and lead the change across these functional areas. With his impressive resume and his personality, we are certain he will contribute strategic acumen, relevant and unique experience, and a proven ability to execute in an agile and lean manner. Everyone at FLYdocs is excited and eager to work alongside him as we propel the company forward.”
Commenting on his appointment, Carl said:
“I am excited to be joining FLYdocs at such a pivotal time. They are taking the aviation industry to a new level and I am impressed by how they have sealed their position as a strong, global company. This is a great opportunity for me to lead the transformation journey by building new digital technology capabilities and solutions to further accelerate FLYdocs’ growth.”
Carl is also regular technology panellist and hosts data science meetups at Twitter’s London HQ. He is a guest tech writer for Asset Finance International, writing on technological innovation and data automation. He holds a first-class master’s degree in Information Systems from Keele University and an Executive MBA degree from the University of Cambridge.