Software and content solutions provider Cyncly has expanded its executive team with the addition of a new chief operating officer and chief revenue officer.
The expanded executive leadership team is intended to further support and enable Cyncly’s business units – Kitchen, Bathroom and Furniture Retail, Kitchen Bathroom and Furniture Manufacturing, Windows, Glass and Doors and Flooring, to support customers at every stage of the home-improvement process.
Matthew Blosl joins Cyncly as chief revenue officer with more than 20 years’ experience of building, leading and scaling organisations in high-growth environments.
Blosl’s key priorities in his new role will include executing Cyncly’s go-to-market strategy, deliver a seamless experience to consumers and grow its customer base.
James Hamilton joins as chief operating officer and will work closely with CEO David Tombre on group-wide strategic priorities and leads efforts to enhance Cyncly’s customer-first approach. He will also help create greater value for customers, anticipate market changes and shape future needs. He will also maintain his responsibilities as chief financial officer on an interim basis until a new CFO is appointed.
Commenting on the new appointments. Tombre said: “We are excited to be enhancing our executive team as Cyncly undertakes an ambitious multi-year plan to extend our leadership in software and content solutions for the home improvement industry.”
He added: “With seasoned leaders in place to scale and execute our plans, we can be confident in building on our customer-first strategy, offering a greater breadth of integrated solutions to support customer success.”
Cyncly was the new name adopted by the merger of Compusoft and 2020. It acts as the parent company for sub-brands like Compusoft, 2020, and Virtual Worlds. At the start of September last year, Cyncly bought CAD and 4D visualisation company Virtual Worlds to strengthen its presence in the bathroom and kitchen market.