Codit UK appoints Sean Audley as Principle Consultant

Sean's expertise and experience with IoT make him an exciting addition to the Codit UK team.

Codit has appointed Sean Audley as Principle Consultant in their UK office.

With more than 30 years of software development experience and 10 years with IoT, Sean joins Codit UK after recently working as Lead IoT Architect at Nexer Insight, and Head of Software Development and Solution Architect at Service Robotics. He also helped the NHS during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, working as an Azure FHIR Consultant.

Sean’s passion is building up small companies and watching them grow, as well as helping companies finding themselves struggling with digitalisation. He loves a challenge and gets immense satisfaction from using IoT for good, including in the use of Smart Cities and preventative maintenance, as well as in a more people-centric capacity, such as in care homes.

In his spare time, Sean is passionate about live music, and also teaches children in his local area about the basics of writing python, and tinkering with sensors and integration.

Stephen McCormac, GM of Codit UK says: “I am thrilled to have Sean join our team in the UK. His expertise and leadership will be instrumental to helping our clients to rapidly adopt and scale Microsoft Azure IoT solutions.”

As Microsoft’s largest European partner for integration and cloud services, Codit’s Head Office is in Belgium. However, Codit UK has been scaling up in recent years, and Sean is the latest addition to the expanding UK team.

Sean says: “I am extremely excited and thrilled to have joined Codit in this amazing role at such an exciting time!

Never before have I met such compassionate, humble and passionate co-workers, who take absolute pride in what they do and share the same morale and ethical traits as myself.

I not only look forward to helping Codit grow further in the IoT and IIoT arena, but to sharing my knowledge and experience, gathering new ideas, and finding ways to solve problems in our international team.”