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Tech Firm Invisible Systems Appoints Chief Executive Officer

The pioneering technology business, responsible for the safeguard of COVID-19 vaccines, appoints Jamie Robertson as CEO following a year of growth.

Tech Firm Invisible Systems Appoints Chief Executive Officer

"Its an incredibly exciting time for Invisible Systems. Jamie has vast experience in scaling successful businesses and his knowledge will be invaluable."
Pete Thompson

Invisible Systems, the tech firm responsible for delivering the technology and digital platform, that enables the NHS to continuously monitor the temperature of COVID-19 vaccines, has appointed Jamie Robertson as Chief Executive Officer.

Robertson’s appointment became effective on 22nd November. The announcement was made this week by Founder Pete Thompson, who transitions to an advisory role and who will continue to support the business as Shareholder and Board Director.

Having held UK and international roles at Nokia, Microsoft and latterly in the development of audio technology and machine-learning digital platform-led companies, Jamie will now take the lead for Invisible Systems’ next chapter.

Further bolstering the leadership team is the appointment of Chief Financial Officer, Andy Wall, a Sunday Times Fast Track 100 award winner, effective as of 1st November.

Jamie Robertson, CEO, says “It’s a privilege to succeed Pete in leading Invisible Systems. It is a wonderful team, and with customers from the NHS, Social Housing, Education and Construction industries, it presents fantastic opportunities for the business in this next chapter. With involvement in environmental management and monitoring carbon emissions to drive reductions, Invisible Systems is a company with a very real social impact.”  

Pete Thompson, Founder, said, “It’s an incredibly exciting time for Invisible Systems. We’re delighted to have Jamie and Andy on board. Both have vast experience in scaling successful businesses and their knowledge will be invaluable as we continue to grow.”

Chris Mathias, Chairman, added “Innovation has been at the core of Invisible Systems. As Chair and on behalf of Arbor Ventures, we look forward to supporting Jamie and his team in the next chapter of growth through innovation of sensor technologies, digital platforms and investment in people.”

With monitoring, control and measurement solutions across the public and private sectors, Invisible Systems’ technology and digital platforms provide safeguards and management for assets, allowing companies to maintain compliance, improve efficiency, lower emissions, and drive cost reductions.  The Manchester-based business has ambitious growth plans.


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