Jeff Sweetman, president USA, to leave Rosslyn Data Technologies
Mr. Sweetman has extensive experience in building and deploying enterprise solutions for global organizations.
He has spent more than 15 years within the technology sector, holding senior positions with FileNet, IBM, Oracle, PeopleSoft, and J.D.Edwards, as well as helping to grow a start-up within the Microsoft Dynamics channel.
Mr. Sweetman has a degree from Loughborough University and an MBA from London Business School.
Charlie Clark, current CEO, will become President & Founder and be responsible for building Rosslyn's US presence and Global Partner Network.
Mr. Clark co-founded Rosslyn Analytics Ltd. and Ockham Capital Ltd. and, prior to this was an investment banker.
Mr. Clark served with the British Army during Desert Storm and holds an MBA from City University Business School, London, UK. He is a Fellow of the Securities Institute and is an Accredited Associate of the Institute for Independent Business.
Roger Bullen, the current Chief Finance and Operating Officer, will become CEO.
Mr. Bullen has more than 20 years of finance, executive and operational leadership experience in technology-based companies, including start-ups, large cap and consulting firms.
He recently held senior roles with Navigant Consulting Inc. as head of the International Division and Sapient Inc. as VP International Finance. He has also worked with private equity companies and been successful in taking companies to market and trade sale.
Mr. Bullen has been a shareholder of Rosslyn Analytics Ltd. and subsequently in Rosslyn Data Technologies plc since Charles and Hugh established Rosslyn. He has been a member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants since 1990. ■
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