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Mobica strengthens leadership team with three strategic appointments
Technology entrepreneur Simon Wilkinson becomes CEO
Global software services company, Mobica has strengthened its leadership team with three key appointments.
Current Executive Chairman, Simon Wilkinson, becomes permanent CEO as the company continues to develop its offering to some of the world’s leading organisations in silicon, automotive, media, FinTech and telecoms.
Simon joined Mobica’s Board of Directors in March 2017 and has since played a key role in strengthening the company’s customer footprint with a series of leading international brands including Google, Facebook, Intel, T-Mobile, Vodafone, Arm and Jaguar Land Rover. Simon has a successful track record in founding and investing in technology businesses, both in the UK and Silicon Valley, including Magic4, Myriad Group and Reality Mine.
Simon comments; “At Mobica, we have great people and a rich heritage of delivering for our customers. We also have an incredible opportunity to build on our reputation as a world-leading software engineering firm, delivering technical excellence to our customers, who are, themselves, leaders in leveraging technology to drive change.
“This is such an exciting period of growth for Mobica and I feel the time is right for me to take a full-time strategic role, leading our team to realise the vision of doubling the size of our engineering organisation which will support us in expanding our engagements with a series of leading international brands including multiple Silicon Valley household names and leading car manufacturers.”
Simon is joined on the Board by Richard Haywood, who takes on the role of Chairman. Richard holds a number of advisory and non-executive roles within the technology and legal sectors. He is also Chairman of Clarilis Limited, the legal document automation software company, and a Non-Executive Director of FinTech start-up, Asterisk Network Solutions Limited.
“I am delighted to be joining the team at Mobica at such an exciting time “, says Richard. “The company has an impressive customer base and is carrying out world-class innovative work with a total commitment to helping customers achieve their business goals. I am really looking forward to working with the team.”
Completing the trio of recent appointments, Stefan Marxreiter joins the company as Chief Operating Officer, responsible for further developing Mobica’s software delivery capabilities globally. Stefan brings more than 25 years’ experience of building and managing teams within global organisations, 17 of which have been spent within the automotive and services sector.
Stefan was previously a Senior Director in automotive, for both Luxoft and Wind River, and served as a Board Director at the GENIVI Alliance, an industry alliance committed to driving adoption of open source, In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) software and providing open technology for the connected car.
Stefan adds: “Mobica works with some of the world’s leading organisations in some of the most exciting areas of technology being pioneered today. I’m looking forward to strengthening relationships with our existing customers and building new ones across our key sectors.”
Mobica is a global software services company, delivering enabling technologies that transform business outcomes. We offer scalable custom software engineering with technical and delivery excellence, across the stack, from chip to cloud. Founded in 2004, and headquartered in Wilmslow, UK, the company specialises in turning complex business challenges into competitive advantage through its cross-industry expertise and an ability to deliver at scale.
"At Mobica, we have great people and a rich heritage of delivering for our customers. We also have an incredible opportunity to build on our reputation as a world-leading software engineering firm."
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