Company Update

We are very pleased to announce that Mark Hennessy will be promoted from his role as Sales Director to become the new Managing Director of Nolan Business Solutions.

As such, Tim Nolan, the founder of Nolan Business Solutions, will be retiring as Managing Director as of 1st July 2019.

Nolan Business Solutions first began in 1988 as Nolan Computers with just two developers, Tim Nolan and Colin Smith, writing code. Fast forward 31 years and the company is now multinational with over 40 employees, developing and delivering intelligent business software solutions worldwide.  

On Mark’s appointment, Tim Nolan said:

“By promoting Mark to Managing Director, this represents a new chapter in the evolution of Nolan Business Solutions. Mark brings a wealth of experience and industry knowledge to this important role and has a proven track record of delivering results. I have the utmost confidence in Mark’s leadership and wish him every success in his new role.”

Tim will now take up the role as Chairman of Nolan Business Solutions and will be assisting Mark with his transition to Managing Director to ensure a smooth handover.

Nolan Business Solutions new Managing Director Mark Hennessy said: 

“Tim has done an incredible job over the last 31 years as Managing Director of Nolan Business Solutions. I have a clear strategy of where I see the future of Nolan Business Solutions, building upon the reputational strength of the company and to continue providing innovative solutions to our customers. There are some great opportunities for us to expand into and I look forward to working with the team to continue moving the business forward.

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