Graham Fell

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Graham Fell serves as Executive Vice President for FlexDev for the U.S and Asia Pacific. He is also responsible for marketing and building out the go to market strategy and partner eco-system. Graham has extensive experience in marketing and strategy and has held senior positions at Intel and Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Before FlexDev, Graham was CEO to PROLIFY – a global sales and marketing services company for the high-tech industry. At FlexDev, Graham is also responsible for building out the Next Generation Delivery Center concept (NGDC) to help future-proof enterprises and regularly participates in discussions and think tank forums to discuss the future of outsourcing. Graham speaks at Universities and technical institutes on the current technology shifts/trends in IT and the challenges that come with it. Graham works in the US, France, and London.
 

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May 16, 2019    0
It’s hard to believe that up until 1989, Poland was governed and ruled by the crushing grip of Communism as the Soviet Union took over Eastern Europe after World War II and strangled economic growth. At that time, Poland was seen as a powerless country with no business prospects and frankly, no real future. 
 
A Thriving Economy
 
Thirty years later things have changed.  In 1989, Poland entered into a...
Jan 02, 2019    0
Like it or not, technology disruptors are changing the way companies do business, causing fear and confusion for many IT professionals. The reality is that artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are developing at such a rapid pace that they impact pretty much every industry and companies are failing to keep up. The other technology disruptors that most people are familiar with include the Internet of Things (IOT), cloud computing, social media and block chain.
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Future-proof your enterprise for an automated, tech-driven future.
Aug 31, 2018    0
The Pace of Transformation 
 
As the pace of transformation ramps up in the technology industry, the chasm is widening between the number of roles that need to be filled and the number of relevantly qualified resources to fill them. Technology is changing the world and our lives at such a rapid pace that it’s hard for...