MADE TECH APPOINTS NEW LONDON MARKET PRINCIPAL

Made Tech, the public sector technology delivery experts, has appointed Thomas Moore as its new Market Principal for London.

Thomas will be responsible for the delivery of specialist technology services to Made Tech’s customers in London and the South East, including the Ministry of Justice, Hackney Council and the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government.

His appointment comes at a time when the public sector is increasingly looking to modernise legacy applications and working practices to accelerate digital service delivery, drive smarter decisions with data, and enable improved technology skills within teams.

Made Tech: Thomas Moore, new Market Principal for London

Thomas has extensive understanding of public sector IT services, digital products, and over 20 years experience in the technology industry. Formerly a Product Management and Business Technology Consultant at technology solutions provider BJSS, working with public sector organisations including NHS.uk and the Scottish Government, his previous roles include Product Manager for Hive Active Heating, Lead Consultant at Equal Experts, and Delivery Principal at global software consultancy ThoughtWorks.

Commenting on his appointment, Thomas Moore said: “The public sector is redefining its relationship between citizen and state with rapid adoption of modern technologies and digital services. Made Tech already works with some of the best public servants leading that change, but there is still more to do to help those that share their vision for delivering services, technology and in-house capability at pace. I’m looking forward to working alongside our teams, new and existing clients to deliver real outcomes that drive the transformation of public service delivery, for the benefit of citizens.”

Rory MacDonald, CEO at Made Tech said: “Thomas brings considerable experience and a deep understanding of the public sector and will play an invaluable role in driving digital service delivery. We all face challenging times ahead, so it is crucial that we have the best people on board that will continue our work in growing capabilities within public sector teams so that they can deliver on mission critical transformation.”