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20 Digits Technology Appoints CTO

24.02.2020, 19:04

20 Digits Technology Appoints CTO

20 Digits Technology, a start-up developing innovative solutions for the integrated facilities management (IFM) industry, has named Scott Dickson as its Chief Technology Officer.


Dickson joins the subsidiary of IFM consultancy and analytics solutions provider, NEST (which services enterprises in the United States and Canada) from multinational retailer David’s Bridal, where he spent 15 years introducing DevOps practices built upon Amazon Web Services to deliver cloud-native services into a complex ecosystem with aging technologies.   

In his new role, Dickson will be responsible for overseeing the continued expansion of 20 Digits, as well as development, product management, infrastructure and security for the existing platform offering.

Discussing the appointment, NEST CEO, Rob Almond, said:  

“As an organization, we recognized just how important technology is for an IFM program.

“Though 20 Digits was originally established to fill that need and develop solutions for IFM, it quickly exceeded our expectations. Now, with Scott leading the group, I have full confidence 20 Digits will expand as a company just as it grew its initial offering.”

Dickson added:

“I’m thrilled to be helping 20 Digits on the next leg of its journey,” said Dickson. “IFM is an industry that’s ripe for tech innovation. We have the opportunity to save clients a lot of money and solve issues they haven’t even identified yet.”

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CAMFIL HVAC Filtration Solutions

Staff Reporter covers the latest news, trends and opinion from the facilities management (FM) and corporate real estate (CRE) sectors. The FM market is currently estimated to be worth USD 1 trillion annually and is projected to grow at a compounded annualised rate of approximately 5% between now and 2026.

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