He leads product and software development for our state-of-the-art Vitaccess Real™ real-world evidence platform. He oversees a team of project managers, business analysts, designers, developers, and quality assurance analysts, who work together to deliver the apps that support our patient-centered RWE studies.
Jon has over 20 years’ experience of managing software development projects for a wide range of applications. His roles have spanned a variety of industries, including health economics and market access, banking, life insurance, and pensions. Like healthcare, the financial services industry is highly regulated, meaning that Jon is well-versed in working in alignment with international standards, such as ISO, and local regulatory requirements.
He brings experience in using cloud technology to create scalable software solutions for health data research, particularly RWE.
Jon is a Chartered IT Professional, with project management qualifications in both Agile and Waterfall methodologies. He is a certified Professional Scrum Master, a Registered Practitioner in PRINCE2 project management techniques, and holds an ISEB Certificate in Business Analysis.
Jon has a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics with Actuarial Science from the University of Southampton.
Outside of work, Jon enjoys snooker and globetrotting.
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