Gray Dawes appoints chief technology officer

Steve Fisher joins from Zoopla Property Group and will be responsible for technological innovation in the company.

Gray Dawes has appointed Steve Fisher as chief technology officer.

He brings with him 18 years’ experience working in senior positions at a variety of tech companies including Zoopla Property Group, The Property Software Group, Guardian News & Media’s Property Services Division and Convio.

Fisher takes responsibility for technological innovation across the Gray Dawes Group, delivering new products for clients.

Suzanne Horner, CEO of Gray Dawes Group, said: "The appointment of a chief technology officer is a vital one for the future of our business. We took our time recruiting for this role to ensure we secured the highest possible calibre of candidate and Steve is just that."

"I am thrilled to start working with Steve and seeing how his fresh perspective and dynamism will further enhance the work already being undertaken by our in-house tech team."

Fisher said: "I am really looking forward to applying my experience in software strategy, product development and agile delivery to the very forefront of the travel industry."

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