Building a Data-Driven Company: A Journey of Leveraging Company Data to Generate New Revenue Streams and Efficiency Levers in the Digital Age
Noppadol Leumnarin, Chief Information Officer – Asia Pacific at Engie, closed the CIO Leaders Summit with a presentation around “Building a Data-Driven Company: A Journey of Leveraging Company Data to Generate New Revenue Streams and Efficiency Levers in the Digital Age”.
Mastery of data and digital technologies are essential building blocks of value creation for customer and company in the digital age. Building a data-driven company is a journey of leveraging company data to generate new revenue streams and efficiency levers of the company based on Noppadol’s insight experience. Unleashing the Power of IoT, Cloud, Big Data and AI/Machine Learning to transform data into actionable insights together with the effective digital transformation strategy are the key enablers of the journey.
About Noppadol Leumnarin
Noppadol Leumnarin (Joe) joins Engie Asia-Pacific on 1st July 2016 and takes the role as CIO (Chief Information Officer) of ENGIE Asia-Pacific overseeing Digital & Information Technology (IT) for Asia-Pacific region covering 15 countries including Thailand, Australia, Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines, Mongolia and all other countries in the region except China. In addition, He has been assigned to leading digital transformation, knowledge management and cybersecurity development in Asia-Pacific region.
Noppadol has over 25 years of diversified expertise and experience in all aspects of IT management which covering Regional IT Strategy, IT Infrastructure Operation and Network, System & Application Development, Corporate IT Initiatives and Projects, Data Center, and IT Service Delivery from various businesses.
Before joining Engie, Noppadol worked as Vice President and Regional IT Head – South East Asia at Li & Fung Thailand. He was responsible for developing Regional IT Strategy and managing IT Services across South East Asia region consisting of; 16 countries (Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines, Cambodia, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Madagascar, and Mauritius) and service over 10,098 employees in 89 offices and distribution centers.
Noppadol also has broaden experiences in business aspects from various industries in both regional and local level; he used to work for East-West Seed, GE Plastics, Schering, and Advance Micro Device (AMD).