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Ben Alexander appointed as chief technology officer at Riskhub

by Sion Geschwindt
Ben Alexander appointed as Chief Technology Officer at Riskhub

Riskhub, a compliance data management platform for the housing industry, has recently appointed Ben Alexander as chief technology officer.

Ben brings a wealth of experience across SaaS products and will drive Riskhub’s mission to help housing providers better manage their compliance and safety data.

He joins Riskhub from fintech scale-up Funding Xchange, where he was CTO. Prior to this, Ben spent a decade at Experian, where he became head of Data Engineering in 2015.

Ben has built a reputation leading technology teams focused on data, building SaaS products, compliance, analytics, and automation, RIskhub said in a press release.

Sarah Herbison, chief executive officer at Riskhub, said: “Ben is a brilliant addition to the team at Riskhub. Data plays a pivotal role in managing compliance, and often presents a huge challenge for our customers who are operating increasingly complex organisations in a changing climate.

“Ben has a fantastic reputation for making a difference, and with his appointment we intend to continue raising the bar for data management across the board.

“Good data underpins everything and if you don’t start from there, it doesn’t matter how good your software or service is. This is what we spend a huge amount of time focusing on to ensure we provide the best possible service to our customers and the communities they serve.”

Ben Alexander, chief technology officer at Riskhub, commented: “I’m really excited to join Riskhub, there’s a fantastic product that has real opportunity and I can’t wait to help realise that.

“Given the recent rise in compliance failures in some areas, the housing sector is relying on data management more than ever. I Iook forward to the challenge.”

Image: Ben Alexander

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