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Senior Internal Appointments at Cloud

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Cloud has promoted Stuart Ruthven as director of products and Katie Harvey as director of operations.

Ruthven joined the technology and facility solutions provider two years ago as IoT Product Manager and played a pivotal role in shaping the company’s technology strategy and product lineup, particularly with the development of Mindsett PRISM. With over 15 years of experience in technology and product development, he has focused on developing and managing innovative solutions, notably in facility management, computer-aided facilities management (CAFM) and IoT projects.

Harvey was most recently the company’s client success partner, spearheading transformation initiatives in client service delivery.

It’s important to ensure that our next step in the journey is supported by the best talent the industry has to offer.


Jeff Dewing, Cloud CEO, says: “Cloud has a history of innovation in facilities management and is now recognised as a leader in Greentech. It’s important to ensure that our next step in the journey is supported by the best talent the industry has to offer.

“Stuart’s promotion to director of products marks the significant contribution he has made to the success of Cloud’s industry-changing technology Mindsett PRISM, and its current expansion into new global territories, such as US, Singapore and the Netherlands. He has a deep understanding of the benefits that technology can bring to facilities management and the reduction of carbon emissions.”

COO, Terry Mills, adds: “Katie has been the driving force behind significant changes in our service delivery to clients. She is an outstanding member of the client services team, and her promotion to director of operations will ensure we continue to place customer success at the heart of everything we do.”

Cloud is currently rolling out Mindsett PRISM platform, an IoT solution designed to monitor building assets, provide real-time data insights, and empower users to enact sustainable changes. By leveraging IoT, AI, and machine learning, property managers can optimise energy and resource consumption, reduce costs, and establish predictive maintenance protocols, leading to tangible environmental and financial benefits. According to the company, users have achieved energy savings of up to 23 per cent in large-scale operations.

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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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