Over the last 20 years we have seen a dramatic evolution of how technology, and its relationship with the business, has changed. Never before has business value, security and competitive advantage been so clearly driven by an organisation’s technology strategy and its IT leadership.
That’s why we work with CEOs and their leadership teams to find the most commercial, progressive, and transformational Chief Information and Technology Officers for their business. Increasingly, these technology leaders will fully integrate into the business and be recognised as key members of the C-suite.
We also partner with CEOs and their leadership teams to support their more immediate needs for technology leaders. Interim leaders can be used to quickly bridge the talent gap in a competitive technology market by possessing the skills and experience to deliver C-suite line management and/or change management to a business.
We work alongside leading organisations across consumer markets, financial services, professional services, telecoms, technology, industrials, healthcare and life sciences to identify, assess and attract the most appropriate technology leadership with the ability to drive this business growth and transformation.
The global relationships and track record we’ve built over 22 years of advising our clients, mean we have a deep and nuanced understanding of the experience, skills and attributes needed to deliver the technology function of the future – whatever your business.
Some of the primary areas we recruit for include:
Data, analytics, and business intelligence
Defining and implementing enterprise or divisional data strategy for accessing, cleansing and optimizing data and analytics. Roles include Head of Data and Analytics, Business Intelligence, Big Data, AI, Data Warehousing, and Chief Data Officer.
Digital technology and product management
Leading digital technology and product initiatives in support of new or emerging capabilities such as applications, platform, or software development for mobile, and web-based distribution of products and services.
Enterprise applications and software engineering
Often reporting to either the CIO or business leaders, these roles are responsible for building, deploying, integrating, and maintaining application and software systems.
Cloud and infrastructure
Setting and managing the strategy for cloud migration, and the rapidly evolving delivery of end user technology, software, engineering, data centre strategy, support, and networks.
Cyber security and information risk management
Often reporting to either the CIO, the Chief Risk Officer, or the CEO these roles are instrumental in building a cyber security programme fit for the business. Roles include Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), IT Security Director, IT Risk, Head of Identity and Access Management (IAM), Applied Cryptography, or Head of Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity.
Enterprise architecture and strategy
Responsible for the architecture and/or technology strategy associated with an enterprise or function and encompassing infrastructure, applications, agile delivery, and the move to the cloud. Roles include Chief Architect, Head of Strategy & Architecture, Head of Enterprise Architecture, or Head of Systems Architecture.