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Mooven appoints chief technology officer

Bradley Scott takes on the role of CTO. 

Thu, 30 Sep 2021

New Zealand construction tech startup Mooven has appointed Bradley Scott in the role of chief technology officer. 

Scott brings considerable experience in leading and scaling technical teams in high-growth environments including Fiserv, Xero and most recently as chief operating officer at UneeQ, an SaaS business building digital humans to transform customer experiences.

Mooven chief executive and co-founder Micah Gabriels said: “I’m thrilled Bradley has chosen to join us at Mooven for his next challenge, following what has been an incredibly successful career, leading teams in high-growth tech companies here in NZ and the US. Bradley is a pivot … and brings both experience in scaling international businesses and a deep passion for building outstanding.”

During his time at Xero, Scott was part of the leadership team that grew the product and engineering function from 200 to 400, and beyond. Prior to joining Xero, Scott was based in Atlanta where he led the product management function in the Mobile Solutions division at Fortune 500 fintech company Fiserv.

When asked what inspired him to join Mooven, Scott said: “Mooven’s value proposition can transform the way the construction and roading projects are delivered and substantially reduce disruption to commuters and the public. I think this change is overdue and I want to help grow the team that makes that happen.”

Scott holds a Bachelor of Laws and BComm degrees. He begins with Mooven on Monday October 4.

With Scott joining, co-founder Paul McDonnell will transition into a chief engineer role reporting to Scott, where he will continue to play an integral role in Mooven’s future.

Robert Anderson will be joining the team later this month as head of data science. Anderson has spent the past five years at Data Insight leading data science teams and projects for a range of New Zealand’s top businesses, while completing his PHD in machine learning.

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