FISCAL Technologies appoints Daniel Earwicker Chief Software Architect
August 11, 2017
Reading, UK — 11 August 2017: FISCAL Technologies, the world-leading provider of accounts payable forensic software, has appointed Daniel Earwicker Chief Software Architect to support the engineering teams building FISCAL’s current and next generation products.
In this newly created role, and working closely with FISCAL’s CTO and existing architects, Daniel will ensure the engineering and architectural principles that underpin FISCAL’s world-leading software are supported throughout the product development process.
Daniel has more than 20 years of software development experience and joins FISCAL from CNL where he was also Chief Software Architect. His strong coding skills and pragmatic approach to systems thinking will expedite the development of FISCAL’s next generation forensic software.
Howard Durdle, Chief Technology Officer at FISCAL Technologies said: “We are very pleased to welcome Daniel to our team at a pivotal time in the development of FISCAL’s new products. In the month since he started, his experience in development and architecture insight, as well as his previous work liaising with customers on product development have already proved an asset to the entire engineering team. He’s also a crack shot with a Nerf gun and agrees that Han shot first, so he’s good people.”
Daniel commented: “I feel instantly at home at FISCAL. The team’s investment in modern software development practices, and passion for Lego, quality engineering and customer value are exactly what I was looking for. And I suspect Greedo never even got a shot in.”
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About FISCAL Technologies:
FISCAL Technologies is the leading provider of forensic solutions that empower purchase-to-pay teams across the globe to protect organisational spend.
Incorporating unique technology to help reduce risk in the supply chain, FISCAL solutions are used on a continuous, preventative basis to protect supplier spend, defend against fraud, increase profitability and drive process improvement.
FISCAL has safeguarded hundreds of millions of transactions since it was established in 2003 and is now relied on by over 250 leading organisations.