I am COO of Worldline UK&I, the Digital Payments business within the wider Atos Group. I have worked in the digital field since 2008, previously advising public and private sector clients on their digital transformations before taking on an internal role as Head of Digital for Atos UK&I.
I am a member of Atos’ Scientific Community, was one of the MCA's Digital Gurus for their Year of Digital, and have published a series of articles on digital.
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Thought Leadership that Rob recommends
We are in the midst of the Digital Revolution, a globally relevant event lasting (in all likelihood) a small number of decades on a world timeline of millennia.
As the pace of change quickens organisations are under increasing pressure to think outside the usual confines or else face being left behind by more innovative and agile competitors
To use the words of Neelie Kroes, Head of European Commission’s Digital Agenda, ‘Nearly every business is a Digital business now’. I’d be tempted to drop Neelie’s “nearly”. We’re all Digital now. But what does that really mean? What is Digital?
Business has changed, and so too must IT. Digital now requires the IT department to facilitate a continuous stream of innovation at a pace and agility ahead of customers’ needs in the digital age.
Case Studies that Rob can discuss further
Worldine worked with McDonald’s France to put the customer at the heart of their organisation via digital transformation. Enhancing the customer journey through online ordering and offering tailored to promotions to customers
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COO & Deputy CEO, Worldline UK & Ireland