Kianda founder on being a woman in a male-dominated sector
Derya Sousa talks about the birth of her tech company and her journey to become ‘a female entrepreneur in a man’s world’.
Derya Sousa’s background is in IT consultancy, specialising in user experience. She is now the co-founder of Kianda Technologies, a business process automation platform that, according to Sousa, helps business users to create enterprise technology, with or without coding skills.
“There isn’t enough IT talent out there to meet the ever-growing digital transformation demands. Business users have to wait months or years when they need to create new systems,” the Dublin-based tech entrepreneur told Siliconrepublic.com.
“Our automation technology inspires business users, knowledge workers to address their digitalisation needs themselves without writing a single line of code.”