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Analytics Engines welcomes Brendan McCarthy as new CCO

Analytics Engines is pleased to announce the appointment of its new Chief Commercial Officer, Brendan McCarthy.

As CCO, Brendan will be responsible for the development and execution of the business’s commercialisation strategy, driving growth and working to expand the international footprint of the company.

Brendan has over 20 years’ experience in the commercialisation and delivery of software and technology solutions. Most recently Brendan held the position of Vice President of Sales at Genesys, an industry-leading provider of contact centre software. During his time there, Brendan was responsible for driving North American self-service and automation sales and supporting a 400-strong sales team as a subject matter expert.

Prior to his role at Genesys, Brendan was one of the founders of SpeechStorm, a Belfast-based speech recognition software start-up. While there, he held the position of Vice President of Operations and was responsible for significantly growing the company’s international footprint. In 2015, SpeechStorm was acquired by Genesys.

Analytics Engines Managing Director, Dr Aislinn Rice said: “We are delighted to welcome Brendan on board at a time when the company is focused on commercialising our unique software IP and extending our market presence. Brendan brings with him a wealth of operational, product development, sales and start-up experience that will no doubt expand the commercial capabilities of Analytics Engines as we seek to grow as an organisation.

Brendan McCarthy, the newly appointed Chief Commercial Officer at Analytics Engines, said: “I am delighted to be joining Analytics Engines as we embark upon our next stage of development bringing together the technical expertise and innovation we have delivered into a single solution that allows our customers to maximise insights from disparate data sets and translate those insights into actionable items that enhance the value of their data.

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by PJ Kirk

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