Practice Principal, Enterprise Applications
Joe has been working in software development for over twelve years. He was Auckland Development & Integration Manager from October 2006 to March 2009. He was appointed to the Practice Principal role in April 2009.
Joe came to Intergen from global solution provider ThoughtWorks where he worked in both the United Kingdom and Australia as Consultant, Architect and Iteration Manager on Agile software delivery projects.
Joe has extensive experience implementing Agile practices into organisations consulting directly as well as leading experienced Agile Teams embedded and co-located with customer teams at organisations such as BP, Barclays Global Investors, National Australia Bank and ASB. In his role as Practice Principal Joe acts as the conduit between the Sales, Business Development and National Practice Delivery Teams. He is responsible for defining what solutions we take to market and how we deliver these solutions.
In his role as father to three boys Joe acts as peace-maker and fishing instructor. He also tries to teach guitar playing and beer brewing.
Joe says: "As Ron White says – “I believe that if life gives you lemons, you should make lemonade. And try to find somebody whose life has given them vodka, and have a party." Intergen is a place where amazingly talented people come together to solve pretty complex problems for our clients. We are always looking for the chance to innovate (add vodka) and help our clients get a great result (have a party)."
"Intergen is a place where amazingly talented people come together to solve pretty complex problems for our clients."