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Cloudfm Announcess New COO

Terry Mills has been appointed to the board of Cloudfm and assumes the new role of chief operating officer.

Mills, who joined the company as technical services director last year, will lead its transition to technology and data-led total asset care.

Jeff Dewing, Cloudfm CEO, says: “Terry’s appointment brings a wealth of experience to Cloudfm’s operations and supports our goal to become a global leader in technology-driven total asset care.

“We have invested and developed a proprietary technology and delivery model that drives sustainability and creates efficiencies through predictive maintenance, transparent supply chain management and local sourcing.

“Increasingly, we are seeing large companies embrace this approach as part of their plans for net-zero.”

Cloudfm is in advanced trials with the NHS, casual dining, and various other verticals during the Covid period using its new IoT platform, Mindsett.

Mills says: “I am looking forward to working with a talented team to evolve maintenance, asset management and sustainability across the facilities management sector. 

“Cloudfm is leading the industry with innovations in technology, data analysis and an approach to the market that will accelerate change.”

Mills is a UK chartered building services engineer with over 30 years of experience. Before joining Cloudfm, he had a 15-year career with ISS where he was group vice president, responsible for enterprise and corporate development with a focus on multi-country facilities management solutions for leading global brands.

In 2021, Cloudfm was named one of the UK’s most innovative property technology creators in the BusinessCloud PropTech 50.

The company is also rated by Gartner as a global leader in IoT-enabled predictive maintenance, and was awarded the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the Innovation category in 2019 for its contribution to the facilities management industry.  

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