Ronan Quirke,  Xero Ronan Quirke, who managed Xero's developer program for the last 11 months, has left the company. Quirke, who was global head of the software publisher's developer platform from March 2015, joined BNZ this month as head of digital banking for business. Quirke joined the New Zealand-based cloud software company in April 2011 as an API account manager.

He was manager of Xero's developer partner programs from April 2012 through August 2014. He then became product manager of the developer platform and held on to that title when he took on the global position in March 2015. In the latter job, his LinkedIn page shows that he was responsible for development of the Xero developer platform and ecosystem, including APIs, apps and add ons. Quirke's BNZ job description says he is "helping businesses be good with their money online."

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