Having worked for several Tier 1 pharma companies, delivering large scale automation and process control projects, David will use his experience to continue to develop Zenith Technologies as a world leader in the provision of managed services to the life science industry.
Jim Lehane, director at Zenith Technologies, said: “David will be focused on achieving the main goal of our managed service offering, which is to ensure that manufacturers in the life science sector get the most from their automation and IT systems, reducing their total cost of ownership and improving business operations.
“By managing automation and MES systems on behalf of our customers, we help to overcome challenges around skilled resource availability in the life science sector by providing the right people with the right skill-set, when and where they are needed.”
Zenith Technologies first introduced the managed services model to the market in 2006, and since then it has grown rapidly because it delivers more reliable, lean and effective automation and MES systems.
Jim continued: “In essence we stand shoulder to shoulder with our clients on their continuous journey to improve their automation and MES systems.”
Based in Dublin, David will lead the Zenith Technologies’ managed service teams delivered out of 16 offices globally.
He said: “Zenith’s founder Brendan O’Regan and CEO Joe Haugh have established a world-class team, including more than 700 of the best automation and MES experts in the industry, and I am delighted to be part of that team.
“I have first-hand experience of the business benefits that automation and MES can bring when implemented and managed correctly.
“It’s an exciting time for the life science sector. The industry is on the edge of change. The current capital boom and the potential for disruptive technology to reform the sector, means that if we work together, we can really make things better for the patients we serve.”
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