Stonehaven Technology recruits Product Manager from Loughborough University on completion of successful Academic Project

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At the start of 2016, Stonehaven Technology conducted a six month collaborative academic research project with Loughborough University. A MEng Student, Harish Pesala, was tasked to conduct a Systems Engineering Project to analyse the role of Electronic Palliative Care Co-ordination Systems (EPaCCs) in identifying unmet Palliative Care Needs in England. The successful delivery of the project has led to Harish Pesala joining Stonehaven Technology in a full time role as a Product Manager.

Loughborough University

Jonathan Crook, a Director of Stonehaven Technology commented on the success of the project. ‘We are delighted with the results of collaborating with Loughborough University and very pleased with the mutual benefits achieved through completion of the project. We will use the outputs of this project to inform our strategy in developing an Electronic Palliative Care Co-ordination System (EPaCCs) and we have no doubt that Harish will become a very valuable member of our team. The success of the project means that we will also look in the future to further academic collaborations with Universities.’

The opportunity with Stonehaven Technology was explained by Harish Pesala ‘Working for an SME provides so many circumstances to learn and just to go and do. I’ve also become quite emotionally invested and very passionate about the products and the company.’

Harish Pesala

Harish has a great love of paragliding

Stonehaven Technology has developed enterprise applications for a range of customers, including Electricity North-West, Sainsbury’s Supermarkets and Electralink.