Joelle Choo brings with her 28 years of international advisory and leadership experience, spanning across Audit, Finance, Systems and Process Design.  A LEAN Six Sigma advocate, she is passionate about helping her clients select and implement the right solutions using a practical and cost effective approach. 

She started her career as an Auditor with a Big 4 accounting firm, and held various finance and consulting roles in software, manufacturing and banking companies in different locations across Asia, US and Europe.  Her primary focus was ERP implementation, process re-engineering, global program management and execution.

She spent half her career with an American MNC, residing in USA, Europe and Asia, driving various global ERP and transformation projects.  She also led a team of Black Belts in process re-engineering and optimization, and supported various acquisitions integrate using the Agile methodology while applying LEAN Quality principles.  
She was the IT leader for  Acquisitions during her 5 years tenure at an American multinational technology conglomerate headquartered in San Jose, CA USA.  In her role, Joelle was charged with integrating various acquisitions to ensure a unified user and customer experience. She led the Global Supply Chain Transformation initiative, drove engagements across business and IT, defined an executable IT and Business Transformation roadmap, strategy and approach.

She relocated back to Singapore in 2014, working as an IT advisor to the Chairman of an Indonesian Conglomerate, driving IT transformation for the Food Division. 

Joelle is currently a Director of Digital Transformation at Surbana Jurong and a Fellow at NUS School of Computing/Advanced Computing for Executives.

Presentation Synopsis

Panel Discussion - Emerging Technology & Healthcare Applications

The IT paradigm has shifted from just back office to the core of any organization - increasing adoption of technology to transform businesses, drive desired outcomes and enable new revenue models.
Digital to the core is not a “necessity” BUT “ESSENTIAL” in any digital transformation effort.
Technology trends like Cloud-Native Platforms, Blockchain, AI & ML, Robotic Process Automation, VR/AR, Metaverse, Cybersecurity and Cryptocurrency.  Are they hypes or here to stay ? What are the viable use cases, especially in the Healthcare industry, and where do we begin?
This panel discussion will share some insights.