Automated Intelligence is delighted to announce our COO, Pauline Timoney has been shortlisted as a finalist in the 2022 Women in Tech Awards taking place on Friday 8th April in the Europa Hotel, Belfast. The awards will recognise and celebrate women who innovate, challenge and embrace technology. Hosted by BBC Broadcaster, Sarah Travers, the awards highlight inspirational individuals who have achieved great success within the sector including promoting a gender balanced workforce in Northern Ireland’s technology industry.
Pauline who joined Automated Intelligence over 11 years ago and is responsible for the operational effectiveness of the business, has been shortlisted as a finalist for ‘C Level Woman of the Year.’ Having previously worked as AI’s QA Manager within the engineering team before progressing quickly onto her leadership role within the business, Pauline has significant experience and a diverse range of skills from developing engineering teams and applying her engineering background to other business functions to streamline processes, improve customer interactions, problem solve and to drive down operational costs effectively. As COO, Pauline strongly advocates AI’s values of care, quality and innovation across the business with people and culture at the heart of it.
Alongside Pauline, other finalists include:
- Claire McIntyre – Qarik Group Ltd
- Laura Haldane – SciLeads
- Mary Scullion – Fujitsu
- Rachelle Reid – Allstate NI
Speaking about being shortlisted for the awards, Pauline said, “I’m honoured to have been shortlisted for the Women in Tech awards alongside such talented finalists. It’s great to see women being recognised for their achievements across the technology sector, highlighting the importance of a gender balanced workforce and the possibilities now available within the industry.
I’m delighted to be able to have such a varied role as COO at Automated Intelligence where I aim to guide and coordinate the implementation of the strategic goals of the company to drive extensive and sustainable growth. It’s a pleasure to be able to work in such a brilliant culture with great people and I’m excited to see what the future holds for both Automated Intelligence and the technology sector.”