Aisling Keegan New Chair of Technology Ireland

29th November 2017

Posted In: FYI

Aisling Keegan, Vice President and Commercial General Manager at Dell EMC Ireland has been appointed the new Chair of Technology Ireland, the largest and most influential business organisation representing the ICT, digital and software technology sector. Aisling will take up her role with immediate effect.

As Chair of Technology Ireland, Aisling will be responsible for representing an unparalleled network of home-grown and international tech leaders who are helping to forge a digital future for Ireland.  Over the coming year, the new Chair will work to create an island of innovation that facilitates the growth and development of the Irish digital ecosystem.

Aisling Keegan’s appointment to this prominent post is testament to the strong leadership she has displayed in making digital transformation for Dell EMC customers across the island of Ireland. Her innovative management approach has ensured that Ireland has become a strategic innovation hub for Dell EMC, delivering strong capabilities in the fastest-growing areas of the industry, including hybrid cloud, software-defined data centre, converged infrastructure, platform-as-a-service, data analytics, mobility and cybersecurity.

Aisling Keegan, Vice-President and Commercial General Manager, Dell EMC Ireland, said: “I am delighted to be the new Chair of Technology Ireland and I look forward to working with the other members as we look to position Ireland as a global tech leader. As the home to the top 10 born on the web companies and as the second largest exporter of technology services in the world, Ireland is well placed to capitalise on the digital revolution.

In an era of enormous technological change, Technology Ireland also has a responsibility to work with Irish businesses in ensuring they embrace new technological innovations to keep pace with international competition. With the digital economy estimated to be worth over $100trn by 2025, the opportunities for start-ups, scale-ups and more established players are endless. Over the next twelve months, I will work to bring this message to company leaders across Ireland who are planning their digital future.”

For further information on Technology Ireland, please visit here.