Today, Navvia announces a significant addition to its executive leadership team with Tony Richards joining the firm in a full-time capacity as Chairman.
Richards, based in Chicago, is a seasoned veteran with a highly successful career spanning over 25 years in the financial services industry, notably as Managing Director of Lehman Brothers and Head of Fixed Income/Managing Director at UBS Global Asset Management. In 2004, Tony founded Stairway Partners, a money management firm, and has served as director on many company boards. He retired from Stairway Partners in the winter of 2013 after selling the company.
Tony has a long history with the company, serving as its interim CEO before starting up Stairway Partners and handing the reigns over to David Mainville. With the continued success of the Navvia process management platform, he now returns in a senior capacity to focus on strategy and accelerating the growth of the company. “With Navvia’s recent rapid growth and success in the market, the timing is right to have a more hands-on approach”, says Richards. “I am very excited by what I see happening at Navvia and firmly believe we offer a truly unique product in the ITSM space. I’m happy to be coming home.”
“With Tony’s wealth of experience in growing sales in a strategic manner, he is the right person for Navvia during the next phase of our growth”, says David Mainville, CEO and Co-founder of Navvia. “In Tony, we gain senior executive experience taking a more hands-on approach to manage a rapid growth phase, as well as his extensive financial expertise. I’m excited for the future.”
Navvia is a division of Consulting-Portal, and was founded in 1999.
Navvia is an ITSM software and services company that is passionate about helping organizations improve their business objectives. This has been proven by assisting some of the most recognizable companies and brands over their 14 year history. Customers include Fortune 100, education and government organizations around the world.
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