Wendy Currie holds a fractional post at the university of Bradford as Professor of Information Systems and Management. She is full-time at Audencia Business School, Nantes, France. She holds a PhD in Management (Henley Mangement College, UK), a BSc in Sociology (Kingston University, UK), and HDR from the University of Nantes, France. Her current research interests include digital transformation in financial markets, crypto-asset regulation and decentralised finance, government policy for managing large scale health IT projects, cross national comparisons in IT diffusion and adoption, and IT benchmarking and performance measurement. Working with Microsoft and a coalition of partners, she developed the TEMPEST model to benchmark health IT access and usage across EU member states. In 2012, she set up the journal Health Policy and Technology which she edited for five years. Her research is published in leading academic journals, with funding obtained from the ESRC, EPSRC and EU. In 2005, she designed the MSc in Information Systems and Management at Warwick University and set up the department of Information Systems, becoming head of department. On joining Audencia Business School in 2012, she designed the Management of Digital Business and IT Grande Ecole Program.