Board appointment strengthens digital future for engineering peak body

The Chairman and National President of peak professional body Engineers Australia, Hon Trish White, has welcomed renowned digital transformation specialist Hurol Inan to the board of Engineers Australia.

“With experience in digital strategy and marketing gained across Accenture and Deloitte, and now as the AU/NZ CEO for the global Wunderman network, Mr Inan brings a user perspective that aligns perfectly to our future digital needs,” said Ms White.

“Digital transformation means that our members and customers experience the same high level of service no matter where they are in the world. We’ll be able to deliver more services at a higher quality for less cost.

“The engineering profession is at the cutting edge of technological progress and innovation, and as the peak body that services the profession, we need to make sure our business model reflects the way our members work and think.

“Good digital strategy is more than just an investment in IT infrastructure; it means putting people and user needs first. Mr Inan has a proven track record of helping business deliver better services and a better user experience.

“Mr Inan brings a wealth of practical experience and knowledge that will be invaluable as we move to grow our digital presence and deliver a truly seamless experience to all members at all stages of their career.

“Mr Inan has been appointed as an independent Non-Executive Director for a two-year term. On behalf of the Board and members of Engineers Australia, I would like to welcome Mr Inan to his new role,” Ms White said.

 



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