Next phase of digital transformation plan entered by CHAMP after appointment of new CTIO

Next phase of digital transformation plan entered by CHAMP after appointment of new CTIO

 

CHAMP Cargosystems has created a dedicated team to accelerate digital adoption across the air cargo supply chain and has appointed Wojciech Soltysiak as its new Chief Technology and Innovation Officer.

Soltysiak brings over 20 years of experience in the logistics, manufacturing and IT services industries to his new position.  He will lead a new team dedicated to drive innovation through digital technologies and be responsible for creating and maintaining CHAMP’s digital strategy. This assists CHAMP in making a strategic decision to accelerate innovation across the CHAMP solutions portfolio.

With e-commerce continuing to be on the rise, there is a clear and big opportunity in the supply chain sector to embrace new and more digital technologies.

In past years CHAMP invested heavily in modernising and successfully transforming cloud capabilities. These efforts were recognised by various awards locally and across Europe. As one of the early adopters of public cloud technologies and through partnerships with cloud leaders like Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure, CHAMP offers unique opportunities for customers to enable digital technologies.

”We are working with a wealth of data. We not only have technological capabilities to uncover the data and insights that our customers need, but also to help them be more efficient and competitive in a highly diverse market,” says Arnaud Lambert, CEO at CHAMP Cargosystems. “I am confident that with Wojciech’s 20-year experience in digital technologies and recognised international experience, our customers will soon benefit from new digital elements further streamlining their day-to-day activities and helping the air cargo community to reap the benefits of a digital logistic chain.”

“It’s a pretty exciting time. We see a lot of opportunities in new technologies to further expand our portfolio, focusing as priority on the Big Data area.  We’ll be able to further utilise investments already made by CHAMP in the Traxon cargoHUB product family, which uses state of the art technology stack like NoSQL and Hadoop and helps our customers to discover more from the data in our possession,” says Wojciech Soltysiak, Chief Technology and Innovation Officer.

As digital transformation requires a combination of innovative people, processes and technologies, CHAMP decided in first place to adopt its organisational structure and create a dedicated group to help customers in adopting digital technologies.