BearingPoint appoints four new directors in Ireland

06 March 2024 Consultancy.eu 1 min. read
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BearingPoint has appointed four new directors in Ireland, in line with its ambition to grow the business with double digits in 2024.

The latest appointments of seniors comes on the back of already strong growth for BearingPoint in the Irish market. During 2023, the management and technology consulting firm grew its Irish workforce by 30%.

For the coming twelve months, BearingPoint is aiming to increase its local staff headcount by 15%. To help drive the expansion, the consulting firm has brought on board four new directors: Karl Byrne, Stephen Redmond, Phillip Fitzpatrick, and Mícheál Morrissey.

Bearingpoint appoints four new directors in Ireland

BearingPoint leaders including Karl Byrne, Stephen Redmond, Phillip Fitzpatrick and Mícheál Morrissey.

Karl Byrne has been appointed director and head of software development. He will manage the software development process for client projects and grow BearingPoint’s software consulting business. Byrne has more than 25 years of commercial experience in software engineering for consumer and enterprise markets.

Stephen Redmond will take on the role of director and head of data analytics and artificial intelligence at BearingPoint. He previously served Accenture for six years, and before that worked for Deutsche Bank.

Phillip Fitzpatrick is a leader in BearingPoint’s Microsoft services division; he has more than three decades of experience in his field, having led the Microsoft Technology Centre in Dublin.

Mícheál Morrissey has been appointed BearingPoint’s director for technology advisory client business development. His main focus will be on acquiring new corporate clients, strengthening existing client relationships and providing advisory services.

Gillian O’Sullivan, partner and country lead at BearingPoint in Ireland, described the appointments as “a key next step” in the company’s ongoing growth in the Irish market.