DHL Logistics tech innovation delivering results

From “You might think a long career in IT is a prerequisite for heading up a corporate IT department but for DHL Logistics CIO Hugo Patten the route to CIO was far more varied.

Patten started out working in electronics manufacturing in the 1980s and 1990s with Mitsubishi Electric, a traditional Japanese keiretsu, or conglomerate, that Patten describes as “very diverse but very traditional at its heart”.

He ended up working in the European strategic planning side of the business, where he helped the organisation move away from its traditional approach to become a “more modern, forward-looking company”.” Link to full post on

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