DUBAI, United Arab Emirates: Kyndryl, the world’s largest IT infrastructure services provider, announced the appointment of Fionnuala Morris as the company’s Managing Director for Gulf, Levant and Pakistan.
Morris has over 15 years of deep expertise and understanding of the technology industry, the majority of which was in the Middle East. Morris comes to Kyndryl from Microsoft, where she served as Business Group Leader for the Microsoft Surface business unit in the Middle East and Africa, supporting customers to develop and employ hybrid business models during the pandemic and beyond. She also led the end-to-end strategy and execution for the business and oversaw geo-expansion and Go-To-Market efforts.
Prior to that, she led the SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud business at SAP in the Gulf and Levant region, where she helped customers across multiple industries accelerate their journeys from on-premise to the cloud. Earlier, she served multiple leadership roles in technology companies, including IBM.
“I am honored to lead Kyndryl Gulf, Levant and Pakistan. This is a fast-growing region, where governments and businesses are striving to modernize their IT structures and drive innovation,” says Morris. “Kyndryl offers world-class expertise in designing, building, managing and modernizing the complex, mission-critical information systems that the world depends on every day. Together with our employees and partners, we’ll build on this to help advance digitization efforts for organizations of all sizes in the region.”
Morris holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Economics and European Law from Manchester Metropolitan University in the United Kingdom. She supports a number of charity organizations, particularly those engaged in improving the quality of life of people with Down syndrome and children with special needs, and runs a group for parents of children with Autism in Dubai, UAE.
Kyndryl (NYSE: KD) is the world’s largest provider of IT infrastructure services, serving thousands of enterprise customers in more than sixty countries. The company designs, builds, manages, and modernizes the complex, mission-critical information systems the world depends on every day.