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Technology specialist Aquarium Software has announced the appointment of a new Business Analyst, the latest in several senior appointments, as the global Insurtech business embarks on a period of significant expansion.
The latest recruit is Peter Woods, who brings 25 years’ experience to the Aquarium Consultancy Department, where his knowledge of insurance software development and implementation will prove invaluable as the firm expands its client base in the UK, Europe and the North America.
In his previous positions, Pete has been involved in implementing new software solutions for insurance companies and brokers and managing the development of new and existing products to the broker market.
This has included work for a major software house, plus blue-chip consumer brands including Sainsbury’s, Volkswagen and Virgin Money.
“I am delighted to be working for an organisation like Aquarium Software that has such a positive team culture,” said Pete Woods.
“I have had the opportunity to be involved in software implementations for significant players on the high street and I will be drawing on those experiences to support the work of the Consultancy Department in what are clearly exciting times at Aquarium,” added Pete.
“Aquarium only recruits those people who we believe can add something special to the business and our clients; Pete undoubtedly fits the bill,” said Aquarium Software Managing Director, Ed Shropshire.
“Pete’s years of experience at the highest level for big names like Legal & General gives our clients the confidence that we leave no stone unturned in sourcing the best people for the job,” concluded Ed.
A native of north Manchester, Pete attended school in Bolton and in joining Cheshire-based Aquarium is in many respects ‘coming home’.
Among Pete’s first tasks will be meeting and over-delivering on client expectations and assisting the team with the ongoing expansion into new territories and markets.