Delafield-based technology consulting firm Cimphoni announced Tuesday it has added Sania Irwin as chief innovation officer.
Irwin previously served in leadership roles at major technology companies, including director of operations at Motorola and senior director of engineering at Nokia Networks and Motorola Solutions. She also spent time at General Motors and Xerox.
At Cimphoni, Irwin will be responsible for establishing business solutions focused on Internet of Things, big data and analytics and cognitive systems.
She earned her bachelor’s degree in computer science and mathematics from University of Rochester, and her master’s and Ph.D. degrees focused on wireless communications and operations research from Northwestern University.
Irwin lives with her family in Glen Ellyn, Illinois.
Founded in 2012, Cimphoni is made up of three entities: Cimphoni Consulting leverages technology to achieve business transformation, Cimphoni Solutions focuses on innovation driven by the Internet of Things, and Cimphoni Life Sciences creates new medical devices and solutions.