Amazon, Paramount Pictures and GSMA Former Employees Join Innovecs Global Management Team
Innovecs, which recently debuted on 2018 Global Outsourcing 100® list by IAOP®, continues to strengthen its global management team to provide five-star service quality and outstanding experience to its clients. Eoghan O’Donnell has been invited to hold the position of Chief Engineering Officer to manage the Innovecs engineering business unit across the company business verticals including supply chain and logistics, healthcare, fintech, ad tech, telecom, and gaming and entertainment. John Kavanagh holds the position of Vice President of Gaming and Entertainment to take full responsibility for Gaming practice globally. Vishal Mathur joins as Managing Director of Innovecs Europe and is responsible for growing the Innovecs client base and teams across Europe.
Eoghan O’Donnell has over twenty years of experience in the software development industry having worked at Symantec Corporation, McAfee, and most recently with Amazon. Eoghan has a proven track record of successfully launching new products and innovative technology, managing global and co-located development teams, and delivering value to customers.
Eoghan is based in the company’s office in Kyiv, Ukraine, where the main development center with 500+ high-skilled software developers is located.
John Kavanagh has over fifteen years of experience managing both complex products within the video games and toy industries, and software, distribution, licensing and technology initiatives. He has established Paramount Pictures interactive games division and has run the publishing operations for Eidos, UK’s largest video game publisher.
Vishal Mathur has more than twenty years of success as a global industry leader with a track record of delivering digital strategy and corporate development initiatives at Accenture, A.T. Kearney, Telefonica. He specializes in go-to-market strategy, account, and business development and setting up partnerships and alliances for delivery of cross-functional business strategies across EMEA.
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August 28, 2019 — InnoCamp, an educational development program for IT specialists based on international business practices and powered by Innovecs, congratulates 20 QA students as they graduate from the latest InnoCamp QA Program. Graduates have been awarded a Certificate of Completion of Quality Assurance Manual Training Track.