Channel Mechanics delights today in announcing our latest appointment, with Eamonn Noone taking up the position of Senior Business Analyst.
Joining our BA team, Eamonn brings with him over 35 years of experience to his new role of Senior Business Analyst. Having worked for large multinational companies throughout his career, he has gained extensive experience in the Telecommunications, Computing and Enterprise Software Applications industries.
Eamonn has worked for a number of global companies including Nortel, Avaya and Schneider Electric. Here he was responsible for the elicitation of requirements for the retirement of manual solutions being replaced with automation. In recent years, Eamonn worked for Version 1 and the Public Service where he was responsible for delivering eBusiness projects for the Road Safety Authority and the Department of Transport. His experience includes playing key roles in Business Analysis, Product Management and Program Management.
During Eamonn’s career he has developed excellent communication skills, enabling him to comfortably work with all levels within organizations. This in turn has enabled him to establish and develop strong relationships, both internally and with external clients. Eamonn is an experienced business analyst and project professional with a track record of delivering quality business requirements.
A native of Galway, Eamonn enjoys life in the west, despite the inclement weather at times! While his work life is busy, outside of work he enjoys the outdoors. Whether it be DIY, attending hurling matches or showing his support for his local and county teams. But above all, he loves to get out in the evenings to take his dogs out for a walk. In the last few years, Eamonn’s walks have even taken him further afield as he has adventured along the Camino with his family and friends!
Speaking about the appointment to his new role:
“I am delighted to be joining Channel Mechanics and look forward to contributing to the future success of the company. Having been familiar with some of the team, it is very exciting to see how far the company has progressed in such a short space of time. I am particularly looking forward to working with, as well as learning from, such a highly motivated and experienced team that is Channel Mechanics.”
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