White Clarke Group has appointed Wayne Ross as its group chief technical officer.
Ross (pictured) has worked in engineering, technology development and business management for 25 years and will be supporting White Clarke Group’s executive board to lead the company’s strategic development of innovative technology.
Having led the construction of a range of transformative applications and platforms for world leaders in financial services and retail, he has detailed knowledge of artificial intelligence, blockchain, machine learning and deep learning, all of which will guide future developments at the global automotive, consumer and equipment finance software.
His previous roles have included global CTO of Excelian (part of Luxoft Financial Services), founder of Jaalso and head of engineering at Lab49.
More recently, he was head of modern applications at GFT Financial, where he evolved technological architecture and product delivery programmes.
Brendan Gleeson, group chief executive officer of White Clarke Group, said: “Wayne’s significant expertise in software engineering and overseeing the deployment of technological services is sure to be an incredible asset to our growth. He will play a vital role in the achievement of our strategic business goals, IT and innovation projects in the years to come.”
White Clarke Group is a global provider of full lifecycle loan origination and contract management software for the automotive, consumer and equipment finance sectors, with clients including Toyota Financial Services, Volkswagen Financial Services, Daimler Mobility Services, Secure Trust Bank, LeasePlan, Exeter Finance, Hitachi Capital and BNP Paribas Personal Finance.