Organizational and leadership changes at Adastra

Toronto-based Adastra Group (also known as Adastra Corp.), which specializes in cloud, data, and artificial intelligence (AI) offerings and services, this week announced key leadership changes aimed at addressing global expansion.

“Today’s announcement marks a significant change in how we will grow and run the business to position Adastra for continued success as we enter the next phase of the company’s growth,” said Jan Cervinka, founder and board member of Adastra, which has annual revenues of US$220 million.

According to a release, the “company’s new integrated structure will allow (it) to better serve its customers by further investing in global Centres of Excellence around cloud, data and artificial intelligence (AI), establishing global leadership in key industries, and fully integrating its global delivery capabilities under a single operating unit.”

To support Adastra’s new direction, Rob Turner, who recently served as chief revenue officer and executive vice president of marketing and sales, has been appointed to the position of chief executive officer (CEO).

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