Andrew Coll joined MYCOM OSI in November 2019 and has more than 15 years of experience in a number of large scale, Private Equity backed software technology businesses as part of a core team driving value to customers and shareholders.
Andrew brings deep software experience including the transitioning of on premise technology businesses to SaaS and subscription models. His focus has always been on building deep relationships with key stakeholders including customers, investors and employees. His most recent roles have included CFO at Calypso Technology, a cloud-enabled provider of solutions and managed services for financial markets, and Northgate Public Services, a provider of a range of software technology to the Public Sector. Andrew is a PWC trained Chartered Accountant and holds a degree in Management Sciences from Warwick University.
Mounir Ladki is co-founder, President and CTO of MYCOM OSI, the leading provider of Service Assurance, Orchestration and Analytics solutions to the largest operators in the world. An entrepreneur and industry visionary with expertise in Mobile Telecoms, IT, OSS and Software development, he is actively participating in shaping the future of OSS and Networks Management in the era of Cloud and IoT, and has been sitting at the advisory board of TM Forum. Mounir was recognized twice by 'Global Telecoms Business' as one of the leading 40 under 40 executives in the Telecoms industry worldwide and contributed to the Frost and Sullivan Product Leadership strategy award. Prior to this, Mounir worked for many years at Matra then Nortel, where he set up and managed the advanced engineering services group and played a key role in the definition and market delivery of Nortel’s advanced mobile solutions, including a number of world firsts such as fractional reuse patterns and microcellular networks. Mounir gained a master’s degree in Telecom engineering with distinction from Supélec, a business degree from Sorbonne University and executive education at INSEAD.
Tony Siebert has 32 years of experience in the telecommunications industry, with a wealth of experience in the technical and commercial operation and delivery of products and services.
An Electronic Engineering graduate of Edinburgh University, he started his career designing optronic systems for submarine periscopes. He entered the telecoms business through IBM and went on to manage mobile network programs for BT’s mobile subsidiary Cellnet. In the mid-’90s his focus expanded into management consulting, providing M&A and transformation services for major European CSPs at Ernst & Young. More recently he has played a key role in driving digital transformation initiatives at large organizations such as Arm and Telefonica UK.
Matt Stevens has over 20 years’ experience of delivering as an operationally focussed CFO in private equity and publicly owned businesses. Most recently he was Group CFO of private equity owned Lifeways Group, the largest provider of services to adults with a learning disability within the UK. Matt has worked across multiple sectors including IT services, healthcare, defence, transportation and education.