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Richie Saville is an energetic, problem-solving CTO with over 25 years of experience designing, implementing, and deploying custom products and solutions for large enterprise customers in Europe, the US, and Asia.
His executive experience includes setting strategic direction and roadmaps, resource planning, sales forecasting, fundraising, product innovation and development, recruiting key staff, and targeting new industry sectors and geographies.
He has in-depth technical knowledge covering the full technology product development lifecycle from concept to delivery, and has created and managed internally and externally-funded R&D programs. He has also provided thought leadership across topics including distributed systems, analytical data processing, information security, and the internet of things.
Richie has initiated and managed partner relationships with both enterprise and academic organisations, including Warwick Manufacturing Group, ARM, Qinetiq, IBM, British Telecom, Cranfield University, the University of Surrey, Jaguar Land Rover, and Sheffield AMRC.