Chevin appoints new board members to drive global growth
Chevin Fleet Solutions has announced two additions to its board of directors, including Will Wycks who has joined the company as global marketing director, and Ray Creamer, who will take on the role of global delivery director.
Wycks is former head of transformation, data & customer excellence at BT Fleet Solutions, and Ray Creamer comes from Jaguar Land Rover where he held the role of international IT demand & operations manager. Both new roles will focus on continued global growth for Chevin, which is aiming to tap into new markets while becoming the leading global provider of fleet management software worldwide.
Commenting on the new senior appointments, Ashley Sowerby, Chevin’s CEO and founder, said: “Both Will and Ray bring with them skill sets that will add tremendous business value. With over 24-years combined experience in their respective business areas, they have a high level of credibility and we are very excited to welcome two industry leaders to the board.”
Having worked in the automotive industry for more than a decade, Wycks will take a leading role in the creation and execution of Chevin’s new corporate strategy, working across all areas of the business to revolutionise product development, drive digital innovation and enhance customer experience. As a leader within the fleet sector, he will be tasked with championing strategic business transformation, building on previous experience at BT Fleet Solutions and Vehicle Lease & Service Ltd.
Wycks said, “It’s a hugely exciting time for Chevin as it continues a significant period of global growth. FleetWave is a very impressive product and I look forward to helping shape the strategy for the next chapter of growth for the company.”
Taking an operational lead, Creamer will be responsible for the delivery of Chevin’s FleetWave software on a global scale, implementing internal processes and communicating core values across a growing international workforce.
Working closely alongside Chevin’s board of directors, Creamer will drive product competitiveness and promote new solutions, processes and application standards. Bringing with him a wealth of experience from Automotive, FMCG and IT segments, he will redefine the development and deployment of Chevin’s product offering.
Creamer commented on his new role, “In a constantly changing & turbulent world, my goal is to ensure Chevin remains at the forefront in anticipating customer needs and delivering innovative, effective & stable solutions.”