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Matt Naish Joins Grow as VP Customers

Grow is thrilled to announce that Matt Naish has joined Grow as VP Customers, leading client delivery and success as it announces the latest addition to its executive leadership team.

Matt will focus on creating an optimal customer experience, enabling financial institutions to focus on their core competencies while enabling a superior omnichannel user experience for their customers and members.

Matt is a a high-energy, strategic executive with a proven track record in customer experience and a background in engineering. After spending time in Silicon Valley as a Software Engineer with Cisco, Matt gained extensive customer-facing experience in leadership roles at Contigo Systems (subsequently acquired by Vecima Networks) where he successfully built teams that supported the onboarding, management and growth of private, public and institutional partners. A Vancouver native, Matt holds a BASc in Electrical Engineering and MBA from the University of British Columbia.

“The world of banking is rapidly changing and Grow powers best-in-class financial institutions to bring an exceptional experience to their members and customers,” says Matt. “I was drawn to Grow because of its high performance culture and am excited to provide a seamless onboarding, delivery and customer experience for industry-leading financial institutions.”

“We’re thrilled to have Matt join the team at this critical moment in Grow’s expansion,” said Kevin Sandhu, CEO of Grow. “With customer delivery hitting new highs, we’re focusing on how we can ensure a consistent, superb experience for our customers. Matt’s deep technical knowledge and intuitive understanding of customer needs is the perfect bridge to develop and execute customer delivery strategies.”

Matt is the newest addition to Grow’s executive leadership following the appointment of Rudi Airisto as Chief of Staff earlier in September 2018.

 

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