Kinematik names VP of software development

Kinematik announced that Kevin Keenan has been promoted to vice president of software development and will report directly to Thomas Cassidy, CEO of KineMatik. 

Mr Keenan was one of the original founders of KineMatik in 1999. Since that time he has been instrumental in all product development strategies, acting as the chief architect of the eNovator product suite, KineMatik’s flagship product. Mr Keenan has more than 10 years experience in new product development for technology companies. He has been responsible for developing innovative Knowledge Management, Telecommunication, and Banking solutions throughout his career with companies such as Ericsson, St. Georges Bank, and various Departments of the Irish Government.

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