Matrix appoints Clements as chief marketing officer

Workforce technology and services platform Matrix has appointed Roger Clements as chief marketing officer.

In his role, Clements will be tasked with elevating Matrix’s position in the market; implementing a new strategic direction focused on product innovation and strategic customer engagement; and enabling accelerated growth as the business extends its reach of markets and services across both public and private sectors.

Clements’s experience spans working in leadership roles both for global HR outsourcing, recruitment process outsourcing and managed service provider firms, as well as experienced gained within HR functions of large blue chip organisations.

Most recently, Clements has been working in an advisory capacity in the workforce technology space, and in interim roles for organisations undergoing transformation and people change.

Matrix is a technology business that connects workers to work opportunities by providing a neutral vendor service and end-to-end process in one single platform.

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