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August 31, 2015
martinwolf Executive Perspective
Stuart Fenton, CEO, QuantiQ
In August's issue of Executive Perspective, martin wolf interviews Stuart Fenton, CEO of QuantiQ. At QuantiQ, a Microsoft Dynamics Gold partner, Stuart works closely with the Board of Directors and his leadership team to launch new div isions such as CRM and Business Intelligence, develop the organization and engage with clients and vendors on a daily basis. 
Stuart Fenton

In the interview, Stuart draws on both his current role and his past experiences as President of EMEA and Asia Pacific at Insight Enterprises Inc. to discuss the past, present and future for both services providers and IT solution providers. Stuart also looks at how the 'cloud transition' carries risks and rewards for traditional services firms, concluding that today's industry prioritizes value-added services or IP as key differentiators.

Finally, Stuart looks at some of the major players in the services space, evaluating their key strengths and identifying outstanding growth areas.

To read the interview, click here.

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