APPYWAY APPOINTS CHIEF COMMERCIAL OFFICER AS THE COMPANY CONTINUES TO CEMENT ITS POSITION AS A LEADER IN INTELLIGENT MOBILITY
LONDON, UK – Wednesday 4th March, 2020, AppyWay, the kerbside management and mobility technology firm, has today announced the promotion of parking heavyweight Rob Stait to Chief Commercial Officer as the company continues to position itself as a leading open data, smart city kerbside management platform. The appointment to CCO will aid the company on its mission to turn the static kerb into an accessible digital asset ready for intelligent transport.
He brings to the role a wealth of experience, including from his previous position at Capita where, as Sales and Marketing Director of Glyde Parking & Traffic Solutions, he delivered extraordinary growth for its parking businesses. He was also part of the Executive team tasked with delivering the sale of Capita Parking Services into private ownership.
The promotion bolsters AppyWay Founder & CEO, Dan Hubert’s Executive team. “I’m very excited and honoured to have Rob Stait take up the position of Chief Commercial Officer. Rob believes in our mission to “Help cities thrive, from the kerb up” and in the short time Rob has been with us he has had a very positive impact on developing our sales function. His extensive experience in the parking and transportation industries combined with his ability to strategically build valuable client relationships, brings an exciting blend of skills to AppyWay as we continue to embed our technology both locally and internationally.” says Dan.
Rob commented on his appointment to CCO, “I am excited to be part of such a cutting-edge company that consistently delivers innovative solutions that benefit towns and cities and the people who live in them. The AppyWay Smart City Parking initiative in Harrogate for example has had a hugely positive impact on the town and I look forward to continuing the delivery of these world-leading, end-to-end connected mobility solutions to our local authority and private sector partners.”