Comings & Goings: Matthew Vallance Named New CEO for HGS UK & Europe Offices
February 19, 2014
By Monica Gleberman
Hinduja Global Solutions (HGS), a global leader in business process management (BMP), has announced it has a new CEO for its UK and Europe divisions. Although the company is mainly based out of West London, it has been working hard to continue expanding in various international markets, which is why Matthew Vallance has been placed on board.
According to a statement, Vallance is no stranger to working in the technological field. For the past 20 years he has worked in various industries including global outsourcing, telecom, and merging markets. He has been able to take companies that have over 10,000 employees and turn it around into a moneymaking machine with his own formula of work ethic that he brings to the table. One company he worked for grew to make over $200 million in revenue.
HGS has been looking for someone to help grow the company and take them to the next level to be a real contender against its competitors. Since developing, HGS has been able to make a name for itself as a leader in customer relationships and other business processes with its over 30 years of experience in the field. More and more clients have signed up to take advantage of its services such as Customer Acquisition, customer retention, customer support, back office support, interactive services, analytics and market research, and more.
HSG’s current chief executive officer believes that Vallance is just what the company needs to continue its growth and clientele. “"With his extensive knowledge of the outsourcing market and experience as an entrepreneurial business leader in several geographies, Matthew is the ideal person to lead the evolution of our business in the UK and Continental Europe. I welcome him to the team," said chief executive officer, Partha De Sarkar.
Vallance will begin his new position immediately and will work on leveraging the existing platforms to help develop a new growth strategy for HGS in it’s current and future regions.
Edited by Cassandra Tucker
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