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Restrata appoints Morgan Rees as Global Head of Monitoring and Response

Posted 24 September 2018 · Add Comment

Restrata has appointed Morgan Rees in the newly created role of Global Head of Monitoring and Response.

He will be responsible for evolving the business by introducing new products and expanding its service offering globally.



Mr Rees (above) will bring his extensive experience gained from various senior and advisory roles within the technology, offshore, maritime, and travel risk management industries to the company and its management team.

Restrata offers a range of consultancy, tracking, monitoring, response and technology services to give clients a complete suite when looking to build resilience to the risks every business faces. Currently the company offers its products and services in the UK, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific regions with the aim to expand its reach further afield as part of Mr Rees’s role.

Mr Rees commented: “I’m joining Restrata during an exciting time for the company. My main focus will be growing both what we offer and where we can deliver it. Some plans are already in motion, with partnership conversations started, which will in turn strengthen our core offering.

“From my previous roles, I know the success that comes from taking a market leading product innovation approach, putting clients first.  My knowledge and experience in various industries will transfer seamlessly into our solutions for security design and emergency response. The digitisation of industry is here and I’m looking forward to being a part of Restrata’s next chapter as we embed technology tools into everything we do for ourselves and our clients.”

Morgan will be based between both the Aberdeen and Dubai offices.

Managing Director, Botan Osman, commented: “We are delighted to have Morgan to lead our Track, Monitor & Respond division. This step is in-line with our continued focus on expanding our monitoring & response services from Aberdeen, a recognised centre of Oil & Gas Excellence, to the rest of the world. Our mission in this space is to improve the visibility of people & assets across the globe, enabling our clients to monitor & respond effectively to risks. Our global tracking technology, emergency response centres, security & emergency response experts, integrated with our continued investment in technology, enables us to add immense value to our clients which fuels our continued growth into the future”

Headquartered in the UAE, with offices and representatives throughout the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Europe (including offices in London and Aberdeen), Restrata provides a range of services including physical security consulting, situational awareness and telematics, crisis and continuity management, workforce development and full outsourced managed services.

 

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