Made Tech appoints new South West and Wales market principal
Public sector delivery experts Made Tech has announced the appointment of Robin Wyles as the company’s new South West and Wales Market Principal.
12th July 2021: Public sector delivery experts Made Tech has announced the appointment of Robin Wyles as the company’s new South West and Wales Market Principal.
Robin, who is from Bath, will be responsible for the delivery of specialist technology services to Made Tech’s customers in the South West and Wales, including the Driving and Vehicles Licencing Association (DVLA) and NHS Gloucestershire.
He takes on his new position as Made Tech is rapidly expanding its presence in the South West and Wales. Earlier this year the company announced that it was looking to hire 25 people in these regions, in addition to the 70 people it already employs, and is now looking to add to that number.
Robin has extensive experience working in technology and the public sector. Working as a principal technologist at Made Tech, he led on key projects with HMRC and the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, while during his time at online print and design company MOO he oversaw the company’s technology expansion, scaling the tech workforce from 30 to over 100 people.
Commenting on his appointment, Robin Wyles said: “As many public sector organisations continue their journey through digital transformation, having access to the right expertise that can help guide them through this process is vital. The South West and Wales have a wealth of talented individuals that have the skills to provide the technical, delivery, product and user-centred design services needed to optimise the digital transformation process.
“I look forward to helping Made Tech further make an impact on the South West and Wales and to making a marked contribution to the public sector, the people and the economy in these regions.”
Rory MacDonald, CEO at Made Tech said: “Robin has demonstrated during his time at Made Tech that he has the knowledge, skills and capability to play an invaluable role in driving digital service delivery in the South West and Wales.
“As someone from the South West he understands the technology, people and public sector of the area and we have no doubt that he will help us continue our growth in the region and beyond.”