LONDON, UK – Customer reviews and engagement platform Reevoo has today announced the appointment of Chris Bushell – former Head of Technology at ThoughtWorks – as its new Chief Technology Officer.
Chris’ primary objective is to launch Reevoo’s forthcoming portfolio of new products, maintaining the company’s position as a leader in the ratings and reviews industry. Alongside this, he will run technology and the delivery of next generation ratings and reviews to support the martech function of many of the world’s leading global brands.
“It’s great to be joining Reevoo, especially given the global shift from offline to online sales,” said Chris. “I’m very much looking forward to quickly bringing Reevoo’s new products to market and delivering the greatest value to both our clients and consumers alike.”
Chris brings extensive experience from a successful career working with companies including Booking.com, AWS, RBI, Lexis Nexis and Gap Inc. Most notably he spent the last four and a half years as Head of Technology at leading global technology consultancy ThoughtWorks, where he was responsible for building and directing engineering teams, establishing their development methodology and software development process.
Speaking about his appointment, Lisa Ashworth Reevoo’s CEO said:
“Chris brings with him the exact skill-set and experience we want in order to deliver our new suite of market-leading products. Given our recent recruitment of analytics veteran Antoine Frange from Just Eat, Chris’ appointment is wholly in line with our plan to expand the strengths needed to drive us into the next iteration of ratings and reviews.”
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Reevoo is a leading martech solution that provides validated reviews for products and services to a wide range of global companies. With a solid foundation built on collecting and publishing reviews from verified purchasers only, Reevoo extends its trust and integrity to companies across 60+ countries in 30 languages.