PTL Ltd, a subsidiary of Harvest Technology plc, has announced the appointment of Malcolm Mizzi as its new Head of Software Engineering and Business Applications.
Starting his career as a junior software engineer, Mr Mizzi has been working in the IT industry for over 20 years.
Throughout this time, he has been engaged in various projects, primarily related to Management Information Solutions, including Financial Systems, HR Systems, CMS, Dashboards, BI, Time Recording, Service Management and Mobile Government. His work on these solutions ranged from analysis and design, to engineering, as well as implementation and maintenance.
Mr Mizzi has also been involved in several enterprise grade integrations, where he combined his acquired technical skills, industry best practices and tools to provide robust and sound solutions.
He also possesses a strong academic knowledge – holding a Bachelor of Science with Honours (BSc hons) in Computing from the University of Greenwich and Master of Science (MSc) in IT and Management from Sheffield Hallam University; is certified in ITIL Service Management and is AIIM Records Management Master.
“I am a true believer that learning is a lifelong journey – that is why throughout my 20-year career in the IT industry, I always strived to keep abreast with the industry vertical and technology in general. I am truly excited to take my experience and apply it to this new role with PTL Ltd as Head of Software Engineering and Business Applications,” Mr Mizzi said of the new role.
“I would like to welcome Malcolm Mizzi to PTL Ltd. I am sure that he will prove to be a great asset as the Head of Software Engineering and Business Applications where he will be helping the company keep up with its commitment in offering a diverse range of enterprise grade IT solutions to manage our clients’ digital business transformation,” said Pierre Attard, Managing Director of PTL Ltd.
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