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Mooven appoints ex-Uneeq COO as CTO

Staff reporters
Thu, 30 Sep 2021

Bradley Scott is formerly of Uneeq and Xero. (Image: Supplied)
Staff reporters
Thu, 30 Sep 2021
Mooven, the traffic control tech company, has appointed Bradley Scott as chief technology officer.It follows his departure in May from Uneeq, the digital human business, where he was chief operating officer.Software company Mooven provides real-time analytics and products to the transport sector with the aim of improving efficiency and helping the sector better understand the impact it has on road infrastructure.“Mooven’s value proposition can transform the way the construction and roading projects are delivered and substantially re...

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