NTT Data appoints Ciaran McGuinness as Client Partner

NTT DATA UK&I has appointed Ciaran McGuinness as Client Partner to lead growth in the Irish technology sector. 

McGuinness has a background in technology consulting, digital product & service design, digital advertising, and technology non-profit. Across these roles, he has worked with clients including Centrica, Bank of Ireland, Discover, The FA, Aston Martin F1, Caterpillar, and Electrolux to name a few. In his most recent role at Cognizant, he was focused on business development across a broad range of industries, including media, sports, technology, utilities, energy, and manufacturing, working with well-known brands in the UK and globally. McGuinness has a customer experience focused background, enabling him to bring a unique perspective of looking at technology with a customer first viewpoint. 

 Having previously run an inner city not-for-profit focused on youth STEM education, McGuinness is also looking to bring this experience to NTT DATA UK&I and is seeking opportunities to reengage with Irish charities that are bridging the skills gap and encouraging young and diverse individuals into the tech sector.  

 Ciaran McGuinness, Client Partner, said: “Right now is an exciting time in the company’s journey, and I’m pleased to have the opportunity to build something great in the Irish market with the backing of a global powerhouse. I am impressed with the scale, values, ethos and support that NTT DATA UK&I offers to both employees and clients. Having experienced some of the innovative technologies we’re leading the way with such as smart cities, blockchain, 5G networks and satellite tech, I’m excited to start bringing these, and more to Irish clients.” 

 Roei Haberman, Chief Revenue Officer at NTT DATA UK&I added: “Ireland is an important market for NTT DATA UK&I so we are pleased to have Ciaran onboard, bringing his deep understanding of customer experience and passion for finding solutions which blend people and technology. Ciaran has a proven track record of delivering transformations for clients, and alongside his knowledge of the local Irish market, he will bring that same experience to our current and future clients in this market.  We are looking forward to working with Ciaran to introduce new technology innovations to Ireland and further establishing us in this important region.” 

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