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Larissa St. Patrick
VP of Research at Askvisory at Askvisory.com
United Kingdom, Milton Keynes
www.askvisory.com/mahsan

Why you should speak with me:

I can help you analyse your IT and business problems.

Summary:

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Career History

Enterprise:
Askvisory 
Position:
VP of Research 
Year:
Jan 2011 – Present
Enterprise:
Accenture 
Position:
Manager 
Year:
Jan 2008 – Jan 2010
Enterprise:
IBM 
Position:
Senior Analyst 
Year:
Jan 2006 – Jan 2008
Enterprise:
Apple Inc. 
Position:
Business Analyst 
Summary:
Worked with Apple Inc. as a business analyst as part of a consulting engagement. 
Year:
Jan 2007 – Jun 2007
Enterprise:
IBM 
Position:
Contract Support 
Year:
Jan 2001 – Jun 2003

Education & Qualifications

University:
University College Dublin 
Degree:
BA 
Year:
2006 

Other Qualifications & Awards

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • German
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Industry Focus:
Semiconductors
Training
Business Areas:
Financials
IT – Information Technology
Customer Relationship & Marketing
Sourcing & Procurement
Strategy & Business Advisory

Key Skills:

Research

Recent Calls:

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try doing this call —12 Nov 2011, 16:38

testing the call —12 Nov 2011, 14:13

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Feedback:

  • Test with V —20 Oct 2010, 10:11
    "Great Call"
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    "Great Call"
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