Nuix, a technology company that enables people to make fact-based decisions from unstructured data, today announced it has appointed Paul Slater as Executive Director for the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region. Slater will be an ambassador and subject matter expert for the company throughout EMEA, oversee Nuix’s operations in the region and directly manage the UK-based team of subject matter experts and sales engineers.“Paul’s outstanding subject matter expertise and reputation in our key product areas make him a perfect fit for this role,” said Eddie Sheehy, CEO of Nuix. “We’re confident that under Paul’s leadership, the company will continue its impressive growth. Nuix’s total EMEA revenue grew 65% over the past financial year and we retained 97% of our customers in the region.”
Before joining Nuix as Director of Forensic Solutions in 2013, Slater worked for more than 20 years as a police officer and consultant in investigations, digital forensics and eDiscovery, including as interim head of the digital forensics unit in the UK Serious Fraud Office.
Speaking of his new appointment, Slater said: “Exciting times lie ahead for Nuix globally, and nowhere more so than the EMEA region. We actively listen to and respond to our customers and the wider market, so we’ve added armfuls of new features to our suite of web applications and our core Nuix Engine.
“As part of our continuing innovation for investigators, we have launched fantastic new products including a simplified end-to-end investigation solution for enterprises and Nuix Incident Response for cybersecurity breach investigations.”
To accommodate its growing team, Nuix recently moved its EMEA head office to a larger space on St Botolph Street, EC3 in London.
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