NEW YORK (PRWEB) January 27, 2021
The Software Report is pleased to announce The Top 25 Women Leaders in Software of Europe for 2021. These exceptional women have contributed towards the advancement of not only their companies, but the broader software industry at large. Moreover, by achieving as they have, they inspire fellow women colleagues and those entering the technology workforce of what is possible by aiming high and working hard. The awardees selected this year represent companies that provide solutions across a wide range of functional areas including human resources, software development, the internet of things, project management, supply chain logistics, as well as other areas. They have also contributed meaningfully in the areas of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and data analytics.
Hundreds of women were nominated in this year’s process. Each nominee was evaluated based on her breadth of experience, professional milestones achieved, contributions to her organization, and perhaps most importantly her impact towards promoting a positive and productive work environment. With clients spread across Europe and in some cases globally, these awardees have been instrumental in helping companies across industries such as financial services, healthcare, agriculture, and telecommunications, among others, to ensure seamless digital transformation and more efficient business processes. Please join us in celebrating The Top 25 Women Leaders in Software of Europe for 2021.
Cheri Williams (DELMIAWORKS), Stella Clarke (Murex), Véronique Zoccoletto (Lectra), Lorna McAdoo (Version 1), Dana Florea (Accesa), Tuuli Pärenson (Gofore), Johanna Pystynen (LaaS Company), Layla Marshall (Ascent Software), Ellen Benaim (Templafy), Helena Leite (i2S Insurance Knowledge), Lucija Popovska (Software Group), Eva Jagalla (NavVis), Elena Podshuveit (Admixer), Tania Calvo (RavenPack), Aline Bsaibes (ITK), Katherine Zabrodova (Umbrella IT), Carolyn Hunt (Alpega TMS), Sarah Anderson (Vizor), Julia Fowler (EDITED), Cressida Sergeant (Traveltek), Sarah Miller (Triptease), Lesley Fockema Andreae-Mulder (Mapiq), Cristina Bentué (IriusRisk), Stefanie Rollins (SnapFulfil), and Veronica Marcano (Adappt.ai).
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