AIM Software On-boards Matt McLoughlin as its EMEA Head

After a lengthy stint with Calypso, McLoughlin steps into the new lead role in AIM's EMEA team.

AIM Software, a software provider of Enterprise Data Management (EDM) solutions for financial services industry, has tapped Matt McLoughlin as its newest Head of Professional Services for the Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) region, Finance Magnates has learned.

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Mr. McLoughlin steps into his new role with immediate effect and will be based out of the group’s London office. In this capacity he will be tasked with AIM Software’s EMEA ambitions, whilst helping facilitate the growth of its EDM solutions for regional clientele. This will also see the consolidation of AIM Software’s processes of project management, business analysis, development, quality assurance, and technical infrastructure.

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He will be reporting to Gayatri Raman, Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer of AIM Software. Mr. McLoughlin joins AIM Software from Calypso Technology, having worked as a consultant and business lead with the group for several years, among other roles with the venue.

MMAccording to Mr. McLoughlin in a recent statement on the appointment: “There is clearly high demand for a data management solution that helps financial institutions deal with constantly changing data requirements, and AIM Software is in prime position to help firms achieve this.”

“We are pleased to have someone with Matt’s vast experience on board at AIM Software. He will bring Professional Services best practices to bear in collaboration with clients and partners. As AIM Software grows we are building a product company with key groups such as Product Management, Product Development and Professional Services,” said Mr. Raman in an accompanying statement.

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