Deloitte appoints new Chief Information Officer, Sheila Doyle
1 December 2015
Deloitte has recruited Sheila Doyle as the firm’s new Chief Information Officer (CIO). Doyle will join Deloitte in January from Norton Rose Fulbright, where she was Global CIO.
Sheila will lead a department of 300 IT professionals within Deloitte. She has over 30 years’ experience and has held senior positions at BP, IBM, Deutsche Bank, Royal Mail, Hong Kong Telecom and various financial institutions. She has acted as a consultant for financial and manufacturing firms in Asia Pacific, and spent a number of years in Hong Kong, Singapore and Australia.
Sheila Doyle says: “I am looking forward to bringing my experience to Deloitte and delivering innovative IT services that support client and business needs. Deloitte, as a market leading professional services organisation, has a relentless focus on providing excellent client services. My role will support that ambition by delivering customer facing solutions and ensuring our technology can drive digital innovation.”
David Gill, managing partner internal client services at Deloitte, adds: “We are delighted that Sheila has joined Deloitte in this crucial position of CIO. This appointment demonstrates Deloitte’s continued focus on the strategic role of technology within the firm.
“Sheila’s wealth of experience from her roles at other leading organisations will be of enormous benefit to Deloitte and will prove invaluable in realising Deloitte's innovative IT strategy.”
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