Articles - Exaxe appoints Head of Business Analysis


 Exaxe announced today the appointment of John Owens as Head of Business Analysis.

 The move comes as part of a two year recruitment drive as the company is expanding the business in the UK, Ireland, Australia, Canada and the Nordic regions.

 John will be tasked with providing a Centre of Excellence for the Business Analysis team and will be responsible for driving continuous performance improvements. Prior to joining Exaxe, John has held numerous senior positions within the FINEOS Corporation across both the Product Development and Professional Services divisions. In his most recent role John was a Programme Control Associate and responsible for the overall governance of analysis and design product phases in North America and Europe.

 Norman Carroll, Chief Executive Officer at Exaxe says:

 “John has extensive experience in managing the analysis and design phases of large budget projects for top tier Insurance companies with a key focus on requirements management, feature driven analysis and project governance. John also brings an excellent understanding of the operational side of the business, from capacity planning and risk and issues management to client relationship building. We are confident that John will be a great addition to the team and look forward to working with him.”

 John Owens, Head of Business Analysis, at Exaxe commented:

 “I am thrilled to be joining Exaxe and to have the opportunity to build on the strong foundations they have achieved. I also look forward to working with the fast paced and innovative team in Exaxe."
  

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