Corrata is an award-winning enterprise mobility startup helping organizations manage the costs, risks and opportunities arising from their employees’ use of mobile data and services. The Corrata’s patent pending Mobility Control solution enables organizations to reduce cost and defend against mobile threats through real-time visibility and control of their employees use of mobile services. With deep expertise in mobile devices, networking technologies and information security, Corrata is ideally positioned to deliver the solutions that enterprises need to take advantage of the opportunities the combination of cloud and ubiquitous connectivity are creating.
Founder & Chairman
Brendan was co-founder and CEO of Arantech where he built a world-class management team and through them developed and grew the company to be the market leader in providing Customer Experience Management solutions to Mobile Network Operators worldwide. Arantech was acquired by Tektronix Communications (now part of Netscout) in April 2009.
Colm was co-founder and CEO of machine learning startup Xiam Technologies. Xiam was acquired by Qualcomm, the world’s leading mobile technology company in 2008. For five years following the acquisition, Colm lead Qualcomm’s European services business where he was responsible for winning significant deals with Europe’s largest mobile service providers.
Matthieu brings in depth knowledge and experience of software engineering, big data and networking technologies to his role at Corrata. Prior to joining Corrata he was Principal Engineer at Arantech where he was instrumental in developing the company’s market leading Customer Experience Management solution.
DIRECTORS & ADVISERS
Maurice Roche is a General Partner with Delta Partners. He has over 25 years experience of advising and investing in technology companies and 20 of those companies as a Venture Capitalist. He is a former Chairman of the Irish Venture Capital Association. He was also a member of the Research Prioritisation Steering Group in which recommendations were made to Government on areas of focus for the next phase of Ireland’s science, technology and innovation strategy..
Kevin Breen is an IT Executive with over three decades of experience in a number of disparate global roles. He is a member of the Enterprise Mobility Exchange Advisory Board and until 2016, he served as the Global Service Owner for Mobile Computing within Intel IT with responsibility for all aspects of mobile enterprise deployments to 100,000+ worldwide employees. Kevin has managed IT organisations at both an Ireland and regional/global level across large MNCs with responsibility for new capability introduction and delivery of world-class business service management.