Steve Camilleri Bowman has joined Irish ecommerce solutions company Escher Group as Vice President of EMEA Delivery Operations, he shared on Thursday.
Headquartered in Dublin, Ireland, Escher Group is a global leader powering ecommerce for postal operators, couriers, and logistics organisations. Postal operators utilise the company’s services to provide an enhanced retail and digital customer experience, activate new revenue streams, and to also realise new delivery economics.
Mr Camilleri Bowman has thus joined the company on its journey to deliver “state-of-the-art innovative solutions to parcel, post, and logistics organisations globally”, and also continue leading the industry through “digital transformation and thought leadership”.
In his new role, he will focus on scaling the company’s delivery operations and standardising delivery practices across the board, as well as drive business value with both existing and future customers. He has taken on the role on a hybrid basis.
Throughout his career, Mr Camilleri has amassed years of experience working in a number of product management and business development roles at various global companies.
Prior to his latest appointment, he served as COO Office and Group Head of NearShore Engineering Centres at software and data business Ascent, a position he held for almost two years. He also worked as Head of Product Development and Programme Management at the same company.
Mr Camilleri Bowman holds a Bachelor of Science in Business and Computing from University of Malta, and describes himself as an individual who is experienced in “scaling engineering teams aligned to companies’ strategic goals and technical vision”. He is a “strategic thinker with strong analytical abilities”, having led and managed a number of international nationwide strategies.
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