DXC Technology hires senior trio to A/NZ leadership ranks

30 January 2023 Consultancy.com.au 3 min. read
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As part of a notable senior-profile recruitment drive, DXC Technology has in the past two months welcomed three new members to its leadership ranks.

The global technology firm has brought in Agile expert Daniel Hooman as a practice partner to lead its Digital Transformation Centre in Sydney – described by the firm as a virtual-first rapid prototyping innovation program where clients co-create digital products, services and processes for technical and operational environments.

Hooman brings more 25 years of professional experience to DXC Technology, with broad expertise in operating models, transformation strategy, design and innovation, and Agile coaching, among other areas.

DXC Technology hires senior trio to A/NZ leadership ranks

Presently also a member of the Harvard Business Review’s Advisory Council, Hooman previously spent thirteen years as the founder and director of Agile Partners in Sydney, through which he served clients such as Optus, Westpac, WaterNSW, and the Commonwealth Bank as an Agile coach and transformation lead.

“I’m passionate about helping clients reimagine and transform, to survive and thrive,” Hooman stated. “My extensive experience includes partnering with leaders and building cross-functional teams that are deeply engaged in creating value to solve complex problems. I’m a true believer in agility, customer obsession, disruptive innovation, and putting humans at the centre of business in digital transformations,” Hooman said.

Meanwhile, late last year, Coenraad Bekker (Canberra) and Romin Khan (Sydney) joined DXC Technologyas respective managing partners for Intelligent Automation and Consulting & Analytics.

Based out of Canberra, Bekker previously spent seven years at Wipro, where he led the firm’s ACT and federal government practice and was head of cloud enterprise platforms in Asia Pacific, before which he spent over a dozen years in senior IT roles between Accsys, Oracle, HCL Axon, and IBM. He leads the Intelligent Automation practice across Asia Pacific.

Khan brings twenty years of SaaS and financial services experience to DXC Technology’s Consulting & Analytics team in Sydney – with his remit focusing on the financial services industry. Earlier roles included five years as an Asia Pacific managing director and director of operations at eBaoTech, and close to a decade at Cisco as a project and program manager. Most recently, he was a data & analytics director at Guidewire.

The tech services and consulting firm’s latest trio of local appointments follows on from a notable leadership recruitment drive over the past twelve or so months, including managing partners Amelia Ghofrany (Business Consulting), Suzi Nikoloski (Consulting & Analytics), and Michael Henry (Analytics), and more recently Robyn Kierse as DXC Consulting’s A/NZ defence industry leader.