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AXIOLOGIK MAKES THREE SENIOR APPOINTMENTS TO HELP MANAGE CONTINUOUS GROWTH

 

A leading digital transformation consultancy, Axiologik, based in Leeds, recently appointed three new senior members of staff as the company continues to expand both client side and internally.

Joining the Yorkshire technology firm are Maya Mort, Enterprise Architect, Arifa Chakera, Engagement and Programme Director and Kate Appleby, Delivery Lead.

Maya Mort joins Axiologik’s Architecture practice and brings substantial experience with her. Prior to joining Axiologik, Maya Mort was part of the Enterprise Architecture Practice at Yorkshire Building Society (YBS) for over 10 years. More recently, Maya focused predominantly on the corporate business strategy and the operating model shifts required to make change happen.

Speaking of the role, Maya said: “What attracted me to the role was Axiologik’s value proposition – a young, rapidly growing business, delivering digital transformation for clients. In addition, what I deemed very attractive was the opportunity to work across various sectors, companies and roles.”

Also joining the Axiologik roster is Arifa Chakera who will support the Utilities, Energy and Power sector to meet its sustainability objectives through digital transformation and optimisation programmes. A former Chartered Civil Engineer with over 25 years’ experience, Arifa has a proven track record in successfully delivering comprehensive programmes across the industry including Utilities – Water and Energy, Retail & Logistics, Mining, Oil and Gas, and the NHS. 

Kate Appleby, Axiologik’s new Delivery Lead, hopes to shine a light on the importance of diverse and inclusive thinking in all spaces. Previously, Kate held positions in public health delivery, spending the last two and a half years in senior management roles in DHSC, PHE and UKHSA. Here, Kate helped lead the delivery of the UK’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic, winning a variety of awards for her contribution and service.

Ben Davisson, Co-Founder of Axiologik said: “It’s a really exciting time for the business as we

continue to grow exponentially both client side and internally with staff members. We’re particularly excited to welcome three powerhouses in the tech space into our team as we continue to work towards a more diverse workforce, which we truly believe brings an abundance of benefits. We’re thrilled to have such talent joining our team and we can’t wait to see what we’re able to achieve together!”

 

Axiologik is currently recruiting for a further 14 roles across the company. The tech agency is keen to meet talented and forward thinking candidates.