CMC Energy Services has named 30-year information technology leader Paul Mackay its Chief Information Officer effective immediately.
“We are so excited to be able to add Paul to CMC’s rapidly growing information technology team,” said Tina Bennett, president and CEO. “Paul will provide technology vision and leadership to the Company. In his new role, Paul will lead strategic planning and oversee implementation and maintenance of information technology and data security and will work closely with business leaders across the company to support innovation and growth at CMC.”
Mackay, who most recently served as Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at Nassau Financial Group, has a distinguished career developing, implementing and supporting complex infrastructures. He is an innovative leader and problem solver who will help CMC effectively expand its technology services and digital capabilities as its services expand and the number of employees grows by nearly 33 percent this year.
“I’m thrilled to join CMC and to support its mission of providing a more livable, affordable and equitable energy future for all,” Mackay said. “I have a lot of experience transitioning IT departments to a more agile environment that will bring great value to CMC and the customers we serve.”
In addition to his tenure as CTO at Nassau Financial, Mackay also served as Chief Information Officer at Jardine Lloyd Thompson (a British multinational corporation that provides insurance, reinsurance, employment benefits advice and brokerage services) and Towers Watson (a global professional services firm), and as IT director at Denis M. Clayton & Co Ltd. (a London-based reinsurance broker).