IPsoft appoints Jeff Heenan-Jalil as CEO of Europe

IPsoft, the enterprise AI, cognitive and autonomic solutions firm, has announced the appointment of Jeff Heenan-Jalil as CEO of Europe IPsoft appoints Jeff Heenan-Jalil as CEO of Europe image

Jeff Heenan-Jalil will be based in London. His appointment comes as IPsoft plans to grow its European operations by expanding the organisation’s Channel Partner Programme.

“There is a unique opportunity in the market as there is an automation gap, and we are the only company providing a true end-to-end deployment of autonomics, AI, and RPA within a single product,” said Chetan Dube, CEO of IPsoft. “Jeff has the brilliance and pedigree to lead a new era in IPsoft by bringing digital transformation to unprecedented level in organisations.”

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Jeff Heenan-Jalil joins from Wipro. In his tenure he was Head of the global Health Division, Head of the Analytics and European business.

“What excites me about IPsoft, the technology mirrors human conversation and automates the Enterprise. In my 20+ years of being in business, I have never seen this level of sophistication,” said Heenan-Jalil, CEO of Europe, IPsoft. “We’re entering a significant inflection point in the artificial intelligence maturity curve, where organisations move beyond simple RPAs or chatbots and the market expects demonstrable and robust business benefits.”

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“My timing could not be better. We have been looking at the speed at which we can deliver value to our clients, improving from months to weeks, to instant client success. I feel very confident that there is a great appetite for our technology.”

Jeff is also on the board of Digital Square, a partnership between the world’s leading digital health experts that are working to create and sustain digital health systems in emerging economies. He also previously served as a board member for Opera Solutions, a global provider of advanced analytics software solutions.

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