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Ness Software Engineering Services appoints Moshe Kranc as the CDO

Ness Software Engineering Services

Ness Software Engineering Services (SES) has announced the appointment of Moshe Kranc as the Chief Data Officer. He brings along with him 25 years of experience. Prior to joining Ness he was associated with the Big Data Centre of Excellence in Tel Aviv for Barclays Bank, which provided guidance and Proof of Concepts (PoCs) for Big Data technologies and projects across the bank.

Speaking about the appointment, Paul Lombardo, CEO at Ness SES said, “Moshe has proven his expertise in the technology sector and his business acumen in management roles. His excellent experience in Big Data allows us to offer best-of-breed, high impact data analytics solutions to our customers. Moshe’s leadership will help us to drive business growth, as our customers seek to leverage sophisticated Big Data and analytics capabilities to create revenue opportunities from digital services and to meet the needs of digitally-savvy consumers.”

On the other hand, excited about the new role and responsibility, Kranc said, “Big Data is now often called an ‘insurmountable opportunity’, yet businesses are still finding their feet because the data that needs to be analysed, grows every day. On top of that, the technologies to handle this are new and unfortunately, full of ‘sharp edges’. I look forward to leveraging my knowledge and experience in this space so that we, as a business, can tailor Big Data solutions to our customers’ needs whilst enhancing our core capabilities.”

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