Jeremy Oates

Jeremy Oates is the Group Operating Officer for Accenture's Global Technology business. Before taking on his present role Jeremy was Accenture's Europe, Africa and Latin America (EALA) Technology lead from 2011 till 2013. Prior to that he spent three years leading UKI Technology and between 2006 and 2008 he lead the UKI Health and Public Service business.

Jeremy joined Accenture in 1990 having previously worked for IBM and became a partner in the firm in 1999. He has spent his career in both the Public Service and Financial Services sectors, driving major programmes of technology-enabled change for some of Accenture's largest clients including the DSS, NHS, London Stock Exchange, JP Morgan and Ministry of Justice.

While most of Jeremy's career has been spent in the UK, he has also spent time working with clients in New York, Frankfurt and Luxembourg.

Prior to becoming a member of the techUK Main Board in 2009 Jeremy had been Chair of the techUK Public Sector Council and Co-Chair of the joint Government/IT Industry Strategic Supplier Board.

Jeremy has three children and lives with his partner, Liv, in Wimbledon.


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