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Restrata appoints new head of consultancy

Posted 23 April 2018 · Add Comment

Security, safety and emergency response solutions provider, Restrata, has appointed a new head of consultancy to lead the organisation’s continued growth and international expansion.



Neil Purcell (above) officially joined the team at Restrata in January, bringing a wealth of experience and an impressive track record in the electronic, physical and integrated security systems design fields, accumulated from over 20 years’ experience in the industry.

Botan Osman, managing director of Restrata, said: “I am thrilled to welcome Neil on board. His technical know-how, coupled with his extensive experience in the region makes him a valuable addition to the team.

“As an organisation, we pride ourselves on delivering the right solution for our clients, and it’s vital that we maintain our ability to provide quality and reliability to our clients, no matter where they are in the world; I am confident that Neil brings the right skills and experience to the team to deliver on our promise of excellence.”

Restrata was established in 2006 and has grown rapidly to become a principal provider of innovative security consulting, training, and emergency response solutions underpinned by technology, to the world’s leading organisations.

Neil, who will head up the delivery of consultancy projects to an array of clients in the MENA region and beyond, said of his new role, “I am excited to take on this challenging new role and lead such an experienced and passionate team of consultants, working on iconic projects around the globe, from the UAE, to Indonesia, and Spain.”

The consultancy team play a vital role in the execution of projects that require the designing of resilience into the very foundations of a building, development or community, in order to mitigate safety and security risks, and create holistic solutions that address People, Process and Technology, in a manner bespoke to the unique requirements of an individual client. Whether its security design, emergency response plans or cyber assessments, Restrata has the people and methodology to provide an integrated approach to resilience.

Headquartered in the UAE - with offices in Aberdeen and London - Restrata provides a range of safety and security services to establish the necessary security and crisis management arrangements to build resilience within organisations, including consultancy, technology solutions, training and workforce development, as well as a track, monitor and respond capability.
 

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