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Maarten Ectors appointed Strategic Advisor for Synergy Cloud

Maarten Ectors has been appointed as Strategic Advisor for Synergy Cloud, the technology and data company owned by Claims Consortium Group. In this position, Maarten will work closely with the Board of Directors and the Director of Technology to assist with developing exponentially scalable business models and technology solutions.

An innovative CxO, Maarten supports businesses with progressing strategic business plans and launching award-winning digital solutions. He most recently held the position of Chief Innovation Officer at Legal & General. Prior to that, Maarten has worked with numerous technology companies including Canonical and Nokia.

On this new role, Maarten Ectors said, “Synergy is the type of digital business venture every forward-looking CEO should be launching. Instead of waiting to be digitally disrupted, why not disrupt the industry yourself? I am honoured Jeremy asked my help – he is a true CEO 3.io.”

Jeremy Hyams, CEO and Founder of Claims Consortium Group said, ‘Maarten continues to be at the forefront of game-changing digital solutions that disrupt and reshape the status quo and I am excited about the wealth of expertise he brings to this role. The wider executive team and I are looking forward to working with him as we develop strategies to deliver the best insurtech and customer service solutions to the market.’

Maarten takes up the new position immediately.

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