Maureen Sweeny is senior vice president and chief commercial officer at Unisys. In this role, she enhances and extends our existing client relationships as well as drives solution-oriented, advisory-led sales for Digital Workplace Services, Cloud and Infrastructure and Unisys Stealth®.
Maureen joined Unisys in April 2021. Most recently, she served as executive vice president and chief development officer for private global food-service and hospitality company Delaware North. Prior to Delaware North, she was chief commercial officer for global gaming company Aristocrat Technologies Inc.
Previously, she held a number of key positions at IBM Corp., including leading technology-enabled digital transformation for clients in all industries across North America, Europe, Latin America and Asia Pacific. She also led global services for the company’s Financial Services Sector and its European market. She has proven expertise in sales, organizational transformation, solution innovation and P&L management in large global enterprises in industries including financial services, gaming, hospitality, energy and telecommunications.
Maureen earned a B.S. degree in business administration from Manhattan College and completed the Company Directors Course at the Australian Institute of Company Directors in Sydney, Australia. She is an active member of the Athena Alliance and Women Corporate Directors (WCD), both of which support women in executive and director roles.
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