Michael Power – Chief Technology Officer

Phoenix51 adds Power to CTO Role

Phoenix51 is delighted to announce the appointment of Michael Power as Chief Technology Officer.

Michael will be responsible for driving the technology and customer experience of the Phoenix51 platform as we continue to innovate the recruitment and talent acquisition industry.

Michael brings with him 25years of experience in the technology arena, with a heavy focus on R&D, cutting-edge product development and customer journeys. Michael will spearhead the 2021 roadmap with the aim of Phoenix51 becoming the default talent acquisition technology.

“I’m really excited to bedriving the Phoenix51 technology forwards. In a short space of time, we’ve already seen the difference this platform makes and the positive impact it has on employers, as well as candidates. I’m an advocate of creating and working with disruptive technology and, with the challenges many enterprises currently face, Phoenix51 is perfectly placed to help organisations find, train and retain the best candidates to rebuild and grow.”

Michael Power

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