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Paul Crilly moves up

16 September 2010

Paul Crilly

Paul Crilly has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of Reliance Facilities Management Limited.

Commenting on his appointment, Reliance chairman Barry Nealon said, "Since joining the business two years’ ago as Deputy Chairman, Paul has worked tirelessly to secure its renewed growth and has put together a strong senior management team to deepen our skills base and increase our capacity to deliver higher value added facilities management solutions. Paul is well known in the industry for his innovative approach to the design and delivery of fully integrated facilities solutions which maximise and improve efficiencies and contribute to the improved performance of the customer’s wider business. These considerable credentials have singled him out as the obvious person to fill the new Chief Executive role.
"As recent contract wins indicate, Reliance is embarked on a renewed phase of investment and growth. We are now strongly positioned to benefit from the difficult economic conditions and increase our share of the huge market in which we now operate."
Commenting on his appointment, Paul said “It is no longer of interest to customers merely to bundle services, cut the cost and call it facilities management. To be taken seriously, we have to demonstrate genuine business efficiency benefits through the adoption of imaginative systems and technology that lead to successful business outcomes. Reliance has the people, the skills and ambition to flourish in these economically testing times.”

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