EnergySys Appoint New Directors to UK Board as Part of Growth Plan

EnergySys Limited, a leading energy software provider, is pleased to announce the appointment of two new Directors to their UK board.  

The new appointments are part of a long-term growth plan as the business expands its focus within the energy industry.  

Stuart Brown has been with EnergySys for ten years, growing the highly acclaimed Enablement team; a global team of non-chargeable industry and product specialists focused on helping customers and partners achieve best practice. Prior to joining EnergySys, Stuart held positions with ConocoPhillips and Tieto. He has exceptional industry experience and understanding of client and business challenges, having worked on both sides of the table. Bringing this unique insight to the board will allow the business to grow while continuing to be customer centric. 

Regarding his appointment, Stuart said ‘EnergySys has really led the change to cloud adoption in oil and gas with our low-code evergreen application platform. I’m thrilled to have played a part in that through our Enablement team and, going forward as part of the UK board, am excited for the next step as we continue to build relationships with our current, new and yet to be welcomed customers and partners.’ 

Kirsty Armitage joined EnergySys in 2013 as a Marketing Executive. Since then, she has gone on to grow a successful Marketing team. She led the change as EnergySys became one of the first energy SaaS companies to champion removing sales and focus entirely on Marketing and product development instead. Having worked across several B2B sectors before joining EnergySys, Kirsty brings a wide range of perspectives to the board. Kirsty also sits on the Future Industry Leaders Programme committee, a team of oil and gas professionals dedicated to helping individuals shape the future of the energy industry.  

Kirsty said, ‘I’ve always been proud to be a part of such a forward-thinking and inclusive company, so it’s a real honour to be promoted to the UK board. Especially at such an exciting time in our industry.  We’re seeing a real drive for innovation from Operators as they face increasing pressure from diverse portfolios, Net Zero targets and a need for agility. EnergySys is more than ready to meet the challenge and I can’t wait to get started.’ 

EnergySys is a low-code application and data management platform for the energy industry, enabling customers to create secure, scalable, and resilient cloud applications that do exactly what they need. Initially focused on Hydrocarbon Accounting and Reporting, the platform can be easily configured to handle any data management and calculations. EnergySys users are now widely expanding their use of the platform to include production optimisation, metering, forecasting, greenhouse gas emissions tracking, invoicing and marine vetting. All on the same platform.  

One of the main focuses of the new UK board is to develop a strong partner network and support for oil and gas businesses looking at energy transition.  

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