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Dell’s Irish boss appointed GM of Microsoft in Ireland

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Microsoft Ireland has appointed Catherine Doyle as its new general manager.

Ms Doyle was previously the managing director for Ireland of Dell Technologies.

Before that, over two decades, she held a variety of senior positions in that company, including managing director of the EMEA software sales division.

Ms Doyle will take up her new position on July 1st.

She replaces Anne Sheehan who has moved to a European role with the company.

“I am excited to join Microsoft during this pivotal moment, as we embrace the transformative power of AI to help organisations across Ireland achieve new levels of efficiency and effectiveness,” she said.

“Microsoft’s culture of innovation, inclusion and social responsibility has always inspired me, and I’m honoured to lead such a talented team.”

“I look forward to driving digital transformation across Ireland, empowering businesses and communities to reach their full potential.”

Joacim Damgard, President of Microsoft Western Europe, said Ms Doyle has a proven track-record of delivering results and building strong relationships, as well as a wealth of experience and a deep understanding of the Irish market.

“As we advance in this era of AI, I’m confident her passion, energy, and vision will inspire the Microsoft Ireland team, our customers, and our partners to achieve even greater success,” he said.

Microsoft employs around 3,500 people in Ireland.

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