UK - 1st Software - the UK's largest provider of desktop software for financial intermediaries - has appointed Paul Creamer as strategic programme manager.
Creamer was formerly the principal solutions architect at Marlborough Stirling on the Sapphire project and Officeweb. He has been involved in financial services software for over 20 years.
In his new role, Creamer will be responsible for high-level input on the company’s special projects as well as the provision of strategic support to the sales team, for prospective corporate clients.
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