Daekyu Lee Named Client Operations VP at Pyramid Systems

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Daekyu Lee

Daekyu Lee, former client executive for homeland and critical infrastructure at Unisys (NYSE: UIS), has joined government digital services provider Pyramid Systems as vice president of client operations.

He will oversee organic growth, technology, project delivery and quality management functions in his new position, Pyramid Systems said Tuesday.

Lee served as director of strategic solutions and department chief technology officer at QinetiQ North America before he joned Unisys and started his career at Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering as a research assistant.

Fairfax, Va.-based Pyramid Systems aims to help federal customers address complex challenges through the use of analytics, low-code and cloud platforms along with DevSecOps and Agile approaches.

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