John O’Connell appointed Expleo Ireland's Head of Software Development

  • Local tech consulting and digital transformation firm Expleo Ireland has announced the appointment of John O’Connell as its Head of Software Development.

    As part of its NI expansion plans, local tech partner Expleo Ireland has announced that it's appointed a new Head of Software development. Industry veteran John O’Connell will now oversee the company's ongoing digital transformation projects for its clients.

    O'Connell comes from a software development background with an MSc in Technology Management and BE in Engineering from UCD and a Post-Graduate Diploma in Computers for Engineers from TCD. He has experience with data analytics and FinTech, and has worked in many technical leadership roles in the tech industry, most recently for firms such as and eShopWorld. 

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    Expleo Ireland's Managing Director Phil Codd commented: "A bonafide tech leader, John has amassed a wealth of experience over a stellar 22-year career to date. John’s strategic and technical acumen will be invaluable in helping us advance our customer-centric strategy moving forward. With an eye for innovation and knack for problem solving, John is a superb addition to our expanding team."

    John O’Connell welcomed his new role: "I’m thrilled to join the Expleo team, and to work alongside a diverse group of talented professionals aligned on a common mission – to drive tech-led improvements in the lives of people worldwide. I have a great admiration for the company’s culture of innovation, and the scale of Expleo’s reach both in Ireland and globally. I’ve been fortunate to work with some really dynamic companies in a range of technical and leadership roles, and I look forward to harnessing this experience in this exciting and vibrant setting."

    Source: Written based on press release

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