Visionable: Christèle Brouste and Antony Martin

Christèle Brouste and Antony Martin, Visionable
Christèle Brouste and Antony Martin

Health technology company Visionable has appointed Christèle Brouste as chief financial officer and Antony Martin as chief technology officer.

Brouste will be responsible for steering the company through its Series B financing and its growth plans, building new relationships, and driving the business into new territories and sectors. She was previously group director of finance at Babylon Health and before that held senior roles at Apple and Cisco.

Martin replaces chief technology officer Rachel Dunscombe, who will continue to work for Visionable in an advisory capacity. He will oversee the development and dissemination of technology for clients and work on expanding the company’s existing portfolio of products and manage the roll out of Visionable’s partnerships.

Martin has 25 years’ experience in the telecommunications industry and more than 20 years working for US-based companies, having held senior technology roles at video communications company Vidyo and cloud solutions provider Dialogic. He has delivered media processing and video conferencing solutions, servicing millions of users globally, as well as building geographically dispersed teams at scale.

Visionable’s co-founder and chief executive Alan Lowe, said: “Christèle and Antony’s experience will be invaluable to Visionable as we enter an exciting next chapter in our growth. Both have a proven ability to grow companies, teams and technologies at a rapid pace which will help us take our video collaboration platform to the next level. I have no doubt that they will contribute both personally and professionally as Visionable advances its range of products and services and I look forward to working closely with them and the rest of the leadership team to improve access to healthcare for all.”

Brouste said: “I wouldn’t have moved positions for any other company. Visionable and the inspiring co-founders, Alan Lowe and Lord Victor Adebowale, are making such a huge impact on the healthcare sector and they have a vision I can fully embrace and support. This role allows me to utilise my experience in driving growth and laying the right foundations for making a tangible difference to healthcare. Visionable is a truly unique company that I’m very excited to be a part of.”

Martin added: “Visionable is a dynamic company with a clear vision, at an exciting stage in its growth trajectory. I am looking forward to working with the team on the opportunities and challenges ahead and to applying my experience in video technology to develop Visionable’s capability even further for the benefit of healthcare providers and patients.”

Established in 2015, London-based Visionable provides a digital collaboration platform created to develop digital care pathways and virtual care consultations, which is used by NHS hospitals and trusts.

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