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Sean Finnan to join AOMi as the company moves to expand globally
Veteran of IBM, HP and EDS joins AOMi as Non Executive Director to drive global business
Active Operations Management International (AOMi) has appointed Sean Finnan as non-executive director to support the company’s plan to drive global growth.
Previously, Finnan held a range of major senior services roles at IBM, HP and EDS and was also president of techUK (formerly Intellect). Having seen EDS adopt the AOM method across the majority of its global back office operations, supported by AOMi’s leading cloud-based workforce optimisation software, he was already familiar with the business and “jumped at the opportunity”
“There are significant opportunities for savings and increased control in the operations of most major industries, which is why there is a huge market for business process outsourcing,”
Earlier this month, AOMi announced that it has raised £5m of new capital and also appointed technology entrepreneur John O’Connell as chairman. Led by private equity fund manager Calculus Capital, the investment will be used to support AOMi’s objectives to make the most of global demand and confirm its proprietary cloud-based WorkwareTM software as the industry standard for workforce optimisation, both in the UK and internationally.
Active Operations Management International (AOMi) is a world leader in workforce optimisation solutions.
Active Operations Management (AOM™) is an innovative, market-leading approach to workforce optimisation which is designed to enable front-line managers and their staff to achieve high-quality service levels at optimum cost. Using AOM, organisations gain a structured and consistent operations management capability that delivers proven results and lasting operational excellence.
Since its launch in 2005, AOMi’s cloud-based workforce optimisation software has been adopted in 37 countries and is now used by 40,000 users worldwide. It has been embraced by organisations that understand the value of workforce optimisation. This growth and global reach was recognised in 2011 when AOMi received a Queen’s Award for Enterprise.