Tigerspike, an enterprise and mobility technology company, has appointed Aisha Hillary (pictured) as its group communications director.
Based in Sydney, Hillary will be responsible for driving partnerships, customer growth, education and innovation for Tigerspike globally. She will also take an active role in The Tigerspike Foundation and the company’s research arm. Previously Tigerspike’s commercial and strategy director for Asia Pacific, Hillary led Tigerspike’s commercial communications and strategy for the region.
Regarding her new appointment, Hillary said that Tigerspike places “a lot of important on finding the right partners and educating the marketing on the possibilities of mobility” and added that she is “looking forward to helping more customers transform their business, [crafting] even better user experiences, improving the way organisations work and the way people engage with technology.”
The move to consolidate communications across Tigerspike’s eight offices around the world is part of newly appointed CEO, Alex Burke’s efforts to streamline operations.
Burke said: “With new technologies challenging businesses models, organisations are exploring how to improve processes and productivity, strengthen user experiences, solve problems and add true business value through custom mobile technology applications and solutions. Our expertise allows us to guide businesses on that journey and move them towards a mobile-first approach providing compelling ROI and competitive advantage.”