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LRG names first chief technology officer

Leaders Romans Group (LRG) has appointed its first chief technology officer.

Sophia Swain has been recruited to the board-level role.

She comes from professional services specialist LRQA where she was head of digital delivery and prior to that, LRQA’s parent company Lloyds Register. 

In this role she managed the transition of the IT strategy when LRQA was formed.
Having also worked for British Gas Centrica and a corporate law firm, she brings a wide range of experience across diverse sectors, LRG said.

Swain added: “LRG appealed to me because it spans the entire breadth of the property sector, from land sales and planning through to sales, lettings and specialist property advice. LRG’s positive acquisitions strategy and focus on growth means that the overarching IT strategy is constantly adapting as we integrate a variety of new business with different management structures and IT systems. 

“Having worked in a number of different sectors previously, that challenge appeals to me.
“I was drawn to LRG specifically because it has the structural benefits of being one of the largest property services groups along with a commercial mindset and sense of momentum, but also retains the friendly culture of the smaller organisations that it grew from.”

She will be based in LRG’s Wokingham head office.

Michael Cook, chief executive of Leaders Romans Group, said: “In appointing Sophia to this newly created role, LRG has taken a significant step forward in its approach to digital communications.

"Over the next year we’ll be making significant advances in our online services and it’s great to have the benefit of Sophia’s experience and insight in doing so.”


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