JMA Announces Addition to Board of Directors and Appoints New Chief Technology Officer
"Asim has been the acting CTO, and we are excited to make it official," said Nancy Martindell, President and Chairman. "He is a visionary who brings a wealth of experience and strong technical expertise. I'm truly honored to work alongside him."
About Asim Aziz
Mr. Aziz is a practitioner with expertise in meeting challenges, architecting solutions, and implementing technologies for ERP, Data Warehousing, Data Science, RPA, AI, Cloud, and other enterprise applications for customers in Asia, Europe, and North America.
He has extensive expertise in leading organizations through digital transformations. Today, transformation projects demand such expertise because they face a complex landscape of interrelated challenges, including technological feasibility, customer desirability, business viability, and environmental sustainability.
As a trusted change agent, he brings a structured approach to the design and customer analysis processes by drawing on important trends essential to successful innovation in today's businesses: the digitization of all business processes; the blending of product and service into integrated solutions; considerations around environmental sustainability;
He has expertise in developing and executing digital strategies to support multiyear business plans by building and maintaining strong working relationships with internal and external customers, strategic vendors, and the executive leadership team. This ensures systematic innovations are designed to meet business needs and service-level expectations.
Mr. Aziz is a senior member of the Institution of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and an alum of the MIT Sloan School of Management. He demonstrates a unique ability to listen to and understand customers by communicating clearly and by drawing on a comprehensive body of knowledge. He is ideally suited to excel at leading innovative processes in a dynamic environment where the best-made assumptions can, and often do, change midstream.
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