Published: 13 July 2017

Sagittarius has appointed Daniel Poli as global operations director to support the agency’s global expansion.

Daniel brings with him over seven years of Sitecore experience in both client and agency side and was previously head of client services at international agency Codehouse.

"I'm thrilled to join Sagittarius during a period of such change. Having an international team creates both interesting opportunities for the agency and clients alike. I'm looking forward to helping Sagittarius continue to grow and develop its remarkable culture and passion for digital transformation both here in the UK and abroad,” he commented on the appointment.

Paul Stephen, chief executive of the agency, said: "Daniel is an exciting new addition to our senior management team. As well as his technical knowledge, Daniel brings valuable multi-office team management skills with him that will no doubt help us with our growth plans.

"With our three existing offices and new offices in the Middle East and Asia planned for later this year, it was essential we had someone with the experience to help us develop working processes that would help retain the level of customer service and productivity that our customers have come to expect from Sagittarius. He has been in post a couple of months now and we are already benefiting from some significant changes to the way we do things operationally,” he reported.

With over 20 years’ experience in the tech industry, Daniel has worked with clients such as Wagamama, Monarch, Samsung, Techwin Europe, David Lloyd, KWM, Jones Lang Lassalle and Lil-lets.

Sagittarius’ clients include Knauf, Contiki and Karndean.

This article was originally published on The Drum on 12th July 2017.

Sarah Dennis

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