Xaana.AI appoints Mohammad Siddique as a partner

17 October 2022 Consultancy.com.au 1 min. read
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Canberra-based technology services provider Xaana.Ai has appointed Mohammad Siddique as a partner.

Mohammad Siddique brings over fifteen years of experience in technology, IT architecture and project management to the firm. He previously worked for both government agencies and private sector organisations, including companies such as Leidos, DXC Technology, Cisco, Hewlett Packard and Telstra.

Siddique joins Xaana.Ai from Leidos, where he was the Chief Architect for IT projects and a leader in its IT architecture and governance practice.

Mohammad Siddique, Partner, Xaana.AI

At Xaana.Ai, Siddique will focus on the design and delivery of complex IT transformation programs in the defence sector (including national security, aviation and space), involving infrastructure, data, cloud, and tech-driven innovation.

Earlier in his career, Siddique was the Architecture Lead for several infrastructure platforms in the Department of Defence. He also contributed to the development of program and portfolio level strategy and roadmap for large defence programs.

“We’re very excited to have Mohammad on board. His depth of experience and knowledge in the defence sector will help us expand our offerings for data analytics and integration, analytics driving decision intelligence and AI-driven enterprise automation,” said Dan Saldi, CEO of Xaana.Ai.

Siddique holds a Bachelor of Science in Engineering and Computer Science, a Master of Telecommunications Engineering from the University of Melbourne and is currently pursuing his Executive MBA at the University of New South Wales.

Founded in in 2019, Xaana.Ai is a consulting and software firm specialised in the adoption of artificial intelligence for enhanced decision-making. The company provides systems for the finance, procurement and application integration domains, serving clients in the public sector, defence, financial services, consumer goods, maritime and retail sectors.