With our continuing expansion in 2020, Channel Mechanics is delighted to announce the appointment of Kieran Walsh. Kieran joins our EMEA headquarters team in Galway, taking up the position of Senior Technology Analyst. In this new role, Kieran will work closely with the development team to enhance our channel enablement software platform.
Originally from Castlebar in Mayo, Kieran currently resides in Caherlistrane, Galway. Here he lives with his wife Catherine and two sons: Lucas (12) and Matthieu (10). Kieran holds a degree in Physics from NUIG, along with a Masters in Industrial Engineering and Business from University College Dublin. To date, the focus of his career has evolved around delivering business process change through technology. His past roles include projects in Process Engineering, Program Management, Business Analysis and Architecture. In addition to leading IT analytics and support teams.
Prior to joining the Channel Mechanics team, Kieran spent a number of years with Avaya and Nortel. While working in these industry giants, his focus was on commercial tools implementations – primarily Catalog, Quote and Ordering tools.
Outside of work, Kieran’s focus is very much around his family. He coaches minis rugby with Corrib RFC and does voluntary work on the board of management of a local community childcare provider.
Speaking about his appointment to Channel Mechanics, Kieran commented:
“I’m really looking forward to contributing to the future success of Channel Mechanics. I’m passionate about forging strong customer relationships, delivering solutions and generating value well in excess of what our customers may have originally anticipated, and helping them grow as their businesses evolve. I enjoy business problem solving, data crunching and applying creativity to my work and I’ve come to Channel Mechanics because it promises a myriad of opportunities to do just that while working in a tight knit, passionate team.”
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