R/GA NY appoints Steven Moy as chief technology officer for US

R/GA hires Steven Moy as CTO

R/GA has hired Steven Moy as chief technology officer, US. In this new role, Moy will leverage his 30 years of experience to lead the technology consulting practice, and collaborate on strategy across R/GA’s six US offices.

Moy will be based in R/GA’s global headquarters in New York City, reporting directly to executive vice president, global chief technology officer Nick Coronges.

He joins R/GA from Isobar UK, where he served as the company’s chief executive and prior as the US chief commerce officer advising global brands such as McDonald’s, Kellogg’s, Coach and Huawei. Prior to Isobar, Moy held the role of vice president and business lead at SapientNitro NA where he spent nearly ten years growing the agency’s offerings, and generating business growth across a portfolio of clients including CVS, Luxottica and Staples.

Moy brings a deep understanding of driving client growth through technology-driven marketing and business solutions centered around omni-channel marketing and commerce.

“R/GA is creating a next generation integrated technology offering by connecting otherwise disparate capabilities and removing the inefficiencies of handoffs,” said Coronges. “Steven will be key partner as we help clients architect and ultimately implement digital transformation strategies.”

For over four decades, R/GA has led the invention of new technologies, having developed landmark product innovations and service ecosystems including NikeiD, Nike+, Nike Fuelband, Beats Music and Fossil Q. Moy’s decades of work with Fortune 500 companies across multiple industries in retail, insurance and luxury brands, and his strategic understanding of digital technologies complement R/GA’s senior talent across all of its offerings from consulting and product innovation to the connected space and communications.

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