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New IBM leader targets digital growth in Singapore (via Qpute.com)


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IBM has appointed Martin Chee as managing director of Singapore amid plans to drive digital transformation adoption across the city-state.

Effective immediately, Chee is responsible for business growth at a local level alongside increasing customer adoption of cloud and cognitive technologies, reporting to Patricia Yim, general manager of ASEAN at IBM.

“Singapore is of strategic importance to IBM where we are actively supporting our clients’ efforts to build a competitive advantage by advancing their digital transformation journey,” Yim said. “Building on more than 60 years of presence, IBM will continue to enhance the country’s innovation ecosystem to ensure Singapore continues to be a global hub for business, innovation and highly skilled talent.”

Drawing on more than two decades of regional experience, Chee started his career in the software division of IBM in 2001. During his tenure at Big Blue, Chee has held leadership positions in services, software and enterprise across Asia Pacific, having most recently served as regional vice president of Analytics.

“I am delighted that Martin is bringing his regional leadership experience and extensive understanding of digital transformation, from ideation to implementation, to IBM Singapore,” Yim added.

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