Business: A work operating system where organisations of any size can create the tools and processes they need to manage every aspect of their work.
TechRound’s Tech Leaders of 2022 aims to platform leaders in the technology space and illustrate the depth of talent in the industry. We urge you to celebrate the strides that each individual and company is making in their field, and get inspired!
From the Metaverse and Web3 to SaaS and HealthTech, or EdTech and FemTech to Crypto and Retail, there’s people paving the way in each corner of the technology sector.
About Bo Jackson
Bo Jackson graduated from the University of Leeds with a 2:1 in social policy and crime. A passionate rugby player, she was captain of the Leeds University Women’s Rugby Team which helped her develop leadership and people management skills, learning to adapt to change quickly. After four years in customer success in leading tech companies, Bo joined monday.com’s team in March 2022. As the enterprise success manager, she helps the company’s biggest clients, including Genpact, Thoughtworks, and Telefonica, make the most out of monday.com’s agile work operating system.
Bo is a highly motivated and ambitious self-starter, efficiently working independently or as part of the team. A confident communicator with natural leadership skills and a customer-centric approach, she’s adored by her team and clients alike.
monday.com is a work operating system (Work OS) where organisations of any size can create the tools and processes they need to manage every aspect of their work. By combining building blocks, like apps automations and integrations, teams can build or customise the workflows of their dreams. This empowers teams in their roles whilst heightening transparency in business.
monday.com launched in the UK late last year and is investing heavily in London as its European headquarters. The company has blown through most of their goals in the first 6 months, so much so that in April 2022, it moved to a new office after officially opening their first in November 2021.