Serco Middle East appoints chief digital officer to strengthen technology offering

Paul Bogan will be responsible for digital asset management, workforce management and use of Big Data.

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Formerly, Bogan worked as the market director of digital and technology for Atkins Middle East and Africa.
Formerly, Bogan worked as the market director of digital and technology for Atkins Middle East and Africa.

Serco Middle East has appointed a chief digital officer to strengthen its technology offering.

Paul Bogan will be responsible for digital asset management, workforce management and use of Big Data as part of Serco Middle East’s executive management team.

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He will focus on driving the expansion of the company’s technology offering by directing the digital team to create new strategies to offer value to clients and implement agile ways of working by leveraging the latest technologies.

Bogan said: “Serco has a strong track record in the Middle East when it comes to its technology offering, and I’m proud to lead the team as we continue to innovate our service lines.”

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Formerly, Bogan worked as the market director of digital and technology for Atkins Middle East and Africa.

He has also served 22 years in various public and private organisations within the technology sector setting up new digital-focused service lines both in the UK and most recently in the Middle East.

Phil Malem, chief executive officer for Serco Middle East said: “Our Middle East strategy has a strong focus on technology and Paul will be responsible for driving this forward within the region.

“Paul has an excellent track record of setting up new technology-focused service lines which aligns to our areas of focus, which will ultimately contribute to the growth of our division and business as a whole.”

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