New appointment for Scurri

New appointment for Scurri

Scurri, the software provider that connects and optimises the e-commerce ordering, shipping and delivery process for online retailers, has appointed Heather Reynolds as its Chief People Officer. 

Heather has over 25 years experience directing Service Delivery incorporating Operational Excellence, People Leadership and Strategy development. Prior to her appointment at Scurri, she previously held the role of CEO and Co-founder at Eishtec DAC, which was acquired by Infosys BPM.

Heather has also been heavily involved as a Lead Mentor over the last 10 years in Enterprise Ireland initiatives supporting Entrepreneurship in Ireland across Going for Growth, Acorns and Back for Business programmes. Heather holds a Business Degree and an Executive MBA.

“We are really excited to have someone as experienced as Heather join our team, and her role will be important as we continue our scaling goals for 2022 and beyond. It is a busy time for ecommerce, and I believe having Heather on our side will be a massive support as we continue to strive towards our goals during this period,” said Rory O’Connor, founder and CEO of Scurri

“Scurri’s innovation and ambition for growth is what really drew me to the company. E-commerce is a sector that is not slowing down – in fact, it is continuously speeding up, and I am excited to be on board with Scurri at this time. Following my years of experience as a female leader, I look forward to bringing my expertise to Scurri,” said Heather on her joining of the company.

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