Technology for good: supporting the way we connect, work, innovate & live

01/12/2020

UCD Discovery is delighted to invite you to join thought leader Anne Sheehan, Director, Vodafone Business UK, on UCD Discovery's Zoom for Thought 15-min chat series on:

Tuesday, December 1st @ 2 pm IST 

where she will discuss:

"Technology for good: supporting the way we connect, work, innovate & live"

  

Join the UCD Discovery Zoom for Thought chat via zoom -  https://ucd-ie.zoom.us/j/98763356500

 

The event kicks off at 2 pm sharp and finishes at 2.15 pm.

 

Biography

Anne Sheehan joined Vodafone UK in December 2017 as its Business Director. Prior to this, Anne led the enterprise business in Vodafone Ireland for four years.
When Anne started her role in Vodafone Ireland in 2013 she brought with her more than 16 years’ experience in the ICT industry, including a number of years at IBM where she held a variety of senior positions, including Vice President of Sales for the Nordic Region, Sales Director for IBM Ireland,
Head of Channel, Head of Services and Territory Leader.

As Business Director at Vodafone UK, Anne has responsibility for Vodafone’s Business division which includes overseeing Vodafone’s fixed, mobile, unified communications, cloud, security and Internet of Things (IoT) services and support. Anne is passionate about
partnering with UK businesses and the public sector, whatever their size, industry,
or ambitions, to help them find ways to use technology to drive success now and in the future.

During her time in Vodafone Ireland, Anne was integral to Vodafone receiving Cisco Gold and Avaya Platinum accreditation to provide Unified Communications solutions to enterprise, she propelled the company’s journey into Cloud and Hosting with the opening of Vodafone Ireland’s first Data Centre in Clonshaugh and,
in partnership with EMC, developed the first IIC-approved Internet of Things (IoT) testbed in Europe.

Anne holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Studies, specialising in Accounting and Finance, and a Graduate Diploma in Computing,
both from the University of Limerick.