Delta Capita, and fintech solutions, recently announced that it has secured a new Head of Digital, appointing Sarah Carver to the role. Her main focus will be on driving the company’s client digital proposition.
As the Head of Digital, Carver will help the company achieve its ambitions growth plans for its digital offering. Namely, she will be responsible for bolstering Delta’s digital business and developing new market propositions.
According to the firm’s statement on Wednesday, she will also advance the firm’s mission for managed services, with the aim to offer services that allow organisations to reduce costs.
Sarah Carver Joins Delta Capita from Capco Digital
Carver joins Delta Capita with more than 12 years of experience in financial services. Prior to joining the managed services provider, she was at Capco Digital where she was the Managing Principal, her LinkedIn shows.
During her time with Capco, which spanned across nearly a decade, Carver was instrumental in establishing and scaling the business, Delta said in its statement. She was also in charge of leading an initiative to retain and redesign the culture of the business.
Commenting on the appointment, Steve Vinnicombe, Head of Consulting & Solutions at Delta Capita, said in the statement: “The performance of financial institutions is being held back by a lack of customer intimacy, operational complexity and ever-changing regulatory obligations. It’s time to change.
“There is a huge opportunity for businesses to rethink how they apply digital solutions and realise significant cost and revenue benefits. Sarah will lead our digital practice in partnering with our clients on innovative propositions across our Solutions, Consulting and Managed Services businesses.”
Carver kick-started her career off , originally joining the firm as an Analyst in January of 2008. Initially, she was positioned in the United Kingdom working at the London Stock Exchange.
During the two years that she worked for Accenture, Carver also conducted a series of projects for Bank of America Merrill Lynch both in New York and London.
“This gives our clients new opportunities to re-evaluate how their teams work, what propositions they offer to their customers and the technologies they use. I’m looking forward to helping our clients challenge the status quo and transform how they run their businesses.”