Valcon UK hires new Head of Technology

21 February 2023 2 min. read
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Mohammed Hoque has joined Valcon UK as its new Head of Technology. Hoque has led multiple high profile transformations throughout his decade in consulting.

Phil Rolfe, Managing Partner of Valcon UK, commented, “We are delighted to welcome Mohammed to Valcon. The firm has been on incredible growth trajectory in the last few years, through acquisition and organic growth and we have successfully integrated our three pillars of technology, data and consulting to give our clients the best transformation experience possible. Mohammed joins us at a really exciting time, and we look forward to growing the UK technology practice with him.”

Hoque brings more than 10 years of experience in technology consulting and strategy leadership to Valcon. Throughout his career, he has worked on complex cloud first digital transformation programmes in regulated, high compliance environments in the public sector and financial services industry. A technologist and engineer by background, Hoque has spearheaded sustainable technology transformations in enterprises that leverage commodity cloud capabilities across Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud and Crown Hosting Data Centres (with the Cabinet Office and Ark Data Centres).

Mohammed Hoque, Head of Technology, Valcon

According to Precedence Research, the global cloud computing market size was valued at $446.51 billion in 2022 and is expected to hit $1.6 trillion by 2030, with a registered CAGR of 17.43% from 2022 to 2030. Along with this will come heightened demand for consultants who can help clients get the most of their cloud set-up. Hoque’s arrival to head up its UK technology offering will bolster its capacity to deal with such requests.

Valcon is a European consulting, technology and data company. With 1,500 professionals based across the Netherlands, Denmark, the UK, Sweden, Germany and Croatia, the firm’s expertise helps forge critical links between clients’strategy and operations, with innovative technologies and data.

The firm has been growing rapidly since late in 2022 in particular. After a string of large-scale acquisitions backed by private equity firm Waterland, the firm complemented the expansion by appointing more than 100 new staff. As the company looks to maintain that momentum through 2023, it has announced the promotion of over 150 of its global headcount.