NEST, a leader in the Integrated Facility Management space, announces that Michael Toth has joined their organization as Chief Information Officer. Toth comes from David’s Bridal, where he was Senior Vice President, CIO.
Toth joins NEST as an accomplished and innovative IT professional with more than two decades of senior IT and supply chain positions. His responsibilities will include furthering our analytical and financial tools for the end user, collaborating with our product team to ensure NEST’s Facilitate platform continues to be best-in-class, and bringing additional technologies to help NEST maintain a competitive advantage.
While at David’s Bridal, Toth led a global team of IT professionals supporting over 300 plus locations across North America and the United Kingdom. His experience includes governance and security, data and analytics, proprietary software development, call center execution, and direct involvement with Board of Director initiatives.
“The Integrated Facility Management model is not going away, as a matter of fact, it’s gaining great traction in our space. We are focused on ensuring we put the best technology possible in front of our clients, employees, and ISPs that will empower them to be more strategic,” said Rob Almond, Chief Executive Officer. “Toth’s accomplishments speak for themselves, but what really excites us is his bandwidth of understanding the needs of multiple end users, including the lifeline of our client base, the facilities themselves.”
Earlier this year, NEST brought on Jason Cesare as their Chief Financial Officer. Similar to Toth, Cesare comes from a heavy retail background. “The investment in these executives is imperative to our growth,” said Almond. “I am thrilled that we continue to get an audience with the C-Suite of our clients and prospects. While having these discussions, it’s important to have the same experience and caliber on our side. Cesare has already worked closely with our client’s Finance teams and the goal is to have Toth do the same with the IT executives of those same brands.”