NEW YORK, Feb. 4, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Digital Prism Advisors (dprism), a boutique consulting firm for enterprise organizations seeking digitally driven growth opportunities, has appointed Jonathan Murray as Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer. In this role, Murray is responsible for ensuring dprism delivers world-class technology transformation and advisory services.
Murray was most recently engaged as interim CTO and Head of Technology at The New York Times. Prior to that role, he served as Executive Vice President and CTO at Warner Music Group, where he drove the transformation of its technology capabilities and the development of a new cloud-based digital services platform.
"Organizations can no longer accept technology capabilities that fail to keep pace with the dynamics of rapidly changing customer demands and expectations," said Adriaan Bouten, CEO and Founder of dprism. "Jonathan's focus on helping organizations prioritize 'Time-to-Value' as a key measure of success will ensure that they continuously deliver value to their clients with the velocity and impact required in today's competitive landscape."
"It's evident that dprism is quickly differentiating itself among competitors with its unique blend of operational and strategic expertise," said Murray. "Without that bedrock of practical experience, firms run the risk of squandering resources on poor execution."
Murray is a frequent speaker on cloud computing technology, and in 2014 Murray was elected to The Economist's 'Agenda Digital 50'.
In 2015, dprism tripled its client base and quadrupled revenue.
About Digital Prism Advisors
Founded in early 2014, Digital Prism Advisors (dprism) works with companies and associations across sectors to seize opportunities to thrive in the digital economy. dprism's work is not limited to specific verticals. It serves clients in publishing, education, legal services, bio-medical research, B2B data, government research, trade associations and others in the non-profit sector.
SOURCE Digital Prism Advisors