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John Dalton Joins Amadeus Software as Managing Director

Kicking off 2019 with an exciting start, we’re delighted to announce Amadeus Software’s new Managing Director, John Dalton.

Bringing a wealth of experience from throughout his career, John is joining the business to help Amadeus continue to build on its recent growth.

Daniel Morris, owner of Amadeus Software, said, "I am thrilled to welcome John to Amadeus and we are all looking forward to sharing his fantastic drive, energy, capability and motivational skills that he brings to the business. John has over 30 years of extensive business knowledge and expertise in managing and growing companies in the analytics sector. I have no doubt that the continued growth of Amadeus into analytics and data science will expand and accelerate under John’s very capable direction." 

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Discussing his new role, John said, "It was a great pleasure working closely with Danny during my early career. We have kept in touch since then and I have enjoyed watching Amadeus’ success grow.

"It is also a very exciting time to be joining. As the availability of flexible cloud services continues to grow, companies are needing more than ever to exploit their data assets in a rapid and cost-effective way that creates real tangible value for them. Amadeus Software are ideally placed to build on their excellent reputation for outstanding customer service through the delivery of a range of consultancy, training, managed services, and data science offerings that they now offer."

John obtained a degree in Agricultural Chemistry at Leeds University before completing a three year research project, during which time he used SAS® software extensively. Following this, John spent 21 years at SAS and was involved in many areas of the business, including sales, training and consultancy, before becoming UK MD in 2004. In 2008, John left SAS to pursue a different direction and has spent several years acting as a consultant, often focused on new business development, but more recently involved in the development of software-as-a-service tools.