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DateThursday, January 14, 2021
AuthorNewsDesk@IrishDev.com

Irish Technology Appointments

Bearingpoint, Gamma, TEKenable, and Teneo Announce New Members to Their Teams

Management and technology consultancy BearingPoint has confirmed two senior leadership appointments to support its ambition to continue double digit growth in Ireland and across a number of countries throughout the European region. 

Gillian O'Sulllivan promoted as Country Leader for BearingPoint Ireland

Gillian O’Sullivan has been appointed as BearingPoint’s new Country Leader for Ireland, replacing Eric Conway, who is now taking on a wider role as Regional Leader for seven countries in Europe covering Finland, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and United Kingdom.

Gillian has been working with BearingPoint since 2004 having joined as a software developer and progressed to lead the Development team.  Following her appointment as Partner in the Firm in 2016, Gillian subsequently became lead Partner with responsibility for Technology Delivery, working on IT strategy and transformation projects at both the country and international level. In addition to this role, Gillian was most recently the Firm-wide Head of Diversity and is pioneering female leadership within a large international management and technology consultancy in Ireland.  During her time at BearingPoint, Gillian has worked across numerous leadership roles delivering for clients across several industries including public sector, financial services and pharmaceutical.

Commenting on her new appointment O’Sullivan said: “I am delighted and excited to be taking on this important leadership role. My commitment is to continue putting people at the centre of our business and harnessing their talents and expertise to deliver real value and innovation for our clients that makes a difference.  I very much look forward to addressing the challenges and opportunities that the role entails and working closely with our clients to deliver sustainable results and helping to navigate their growth path in the coming months and beyond.”

Eric Conway promoted to Regional Leader in BearingPoint

Eric joined BearingPoint in 1998 and became the Country Leader at BearingPoint Ireland in 2017 before taking on his latest position with a wider European regional focus.

Commenting on his new role Conway said; “While BearingPoint is quite progressive in terms of knowledge and people sharing from one country to the next, my ambition is to further align the seven countries under my remit and continue to improve collaboration.  Since COVID-19, our customers are starting to place less of an emphasis on having our consultants onsite and in the room.  This means it is far more acceptable and welcome to engage people from other BearingPoint countries.”

BearingPoint is an independent management and technology consultancy with a global consulting network of more than 10,000 people supporting clients in over 70 countries. BearingPoint’s Irish office was recently designated to operate as one of the Firm’s four global centres of excellence for technology intellectual property (IP) development with particular success in bringing international regulatory technology (RegTech) software to market. In the last three years, BearingPoint in Ireland has grown from 225 consultants to over 300 consultants.

 

Gamma

Gamma, the cloud-hosted location intelligence systems and services company, has appointed Jason Day (pictured)as its Head of Location Intelligence Solutions for the EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) region.

Jason Day joins Gamma as its Head of Location Intelligence Solutions for the EMEA

Jason will be responsible for leading the company’s commercial team in EMEA, with a focus on location intelligence cloud-hosted tools and services. His role will oversee all aspects of business development in the UK market and further afield, including sales growth and account management.

With 15 years of sales experience in the UK market and a vast network of connections, Jason is well-positioned to enable Gamma’s to make better informed decisions on investment risk, particularly in the retail sector. Before joining Gamma, Jason held the role of Sales Director in Vanson Bourne. He spent seven years in the company, having joined as a Sales Account Manager, and helped it grow its turnover to over £4.5M. Prior to that, he worked as an SaaS Solutions Executive for Spikes Cavell Analytics and a Solutions Sales Manager for the strategy and analytics department within Pitney Bowes Software (now Precisely).

Gamma CEO Feargal O’Neill said; “Throughout his impressive career, Jason has demonstrated that he can build successful relationships with customers and solve problems using data insights. This is at the heart of what we do in Gamma, so we are delighted to have him join the team and believe he is the ideal person to support our growth in the EMEA region.”

Gamma is a Location Intelligence (LI) solutions provider that integrates software, data and services to help its clients reduce risk through location intelligence. Established in Dublin, Ireland in 1993, and with offices in Manchester, UK and Bilbao, Spain, the company focuses heavily on cutting-edge research and development projects, leveraging Artificial Intelligence and machine learning.

 

Lisa Molloy Joins TEKenable as Account Manager

TEKenable

TEKenable, the Dublin based low-code software company, has been appointed Lisa Molloy as Account Manager with responsibility for managing customer accounts and maximising business opportunities.  She will be responsible for all aspects of a customer’s relationship with the company and will work closely with all customer-facing departments in the company to ensure that each customer receives the highest standards of service.

A native of County Tipperary, Lisa has over fifteen years’ experience in Account Management and IT Solution consultation in industries such as Healthcare, Retail and Warehousing.

 

Teneo

IBM lifer Ginni Rometty joins Teneo as a senior advisor.

Business consultancy, Teneo, the has appointed Ginni Rometty as a senior advisor.

Spanning 39 years and 2 months, Ginni held an illustrious career at IBM culminating in Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of IBM since 2012.  Ginni held a series of leadership positions across the company and led the successful integration of PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting, creating a global team of more than 100,000 business consultants and services experts.

During her tenure at she made bold changes to reposition IBM for the future, investing in high value segments of the IT market and optimizing the company’s portfolio. Under Ginni’s leadership, IBM built out key capabilities in hybrid cloud, security, quantum computing, industry expertise, and data and AI, both organically and through acquisition. IBM acquired 65 companies during Ginni’s tenure as CEO, including Red Hat, the largest acquisition in the company’s history. 

Working exclusively with the CEOs and senior executives of the world’s leading companies, Teneo provides strategic counsel across their full range of key objectives and issues. Founded by Declan Kelly and Paul Keary, the company employs around 900 people across the world, including the Americas, Europe, Middle East and Asia.

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