The Instillery today announced that former Mercury Energy technical leader Grant Baty has joined the company in the role of principal consultant.
Commencing in February, Baty is charged with working alongside New Zealand’s leading enterprise organisations and government agencies to drive velocity into public cloud adoption.
With a well-founded background in technology, Baty joins The Instillery with over 15 years’ of enterprise IT experience across both utility and health industries, specialising in cloud and automation for the past seven years. Most recently as the cloud and infrastructure manager, and head of the cloud centre of excellence at Mercury.
Founder & ceo of The Instillery, Mike Jenkins, says Baty’s credentials were undeniable as one of the foremost technical leaders of cloud in New Zealand.
“Grant shares our passion about the positive impact of public cloud and he demonstrates a clear vision married with the technical ability to deliver. We’re excited to have such an innovator join our team as we continue to deliver real business outcomes powered by business process automation, data lakes, AI and machine learning to our enterprise clients in a secure and agile fashion.”
Baty says “I’m really looking forward to working with The Instillery and continuing to demonstrate the value of public cloud to enterprise organisations. Working with this highly skilled team means I’ll be in a position to help more Kiwi businesses realise the benefits of public cloud and produce some exciting products for customers… It’s going to be a great year ahead!”