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Jamilla Gordon, Chief Information Officer, QANTAS, 17 October 2008
Jamilla Gordon addressed a boardroom lunch for CIO’s of the Chamber's Sponsor and Gold Club companies in Sydney on the topic of outsourcing and offshoring global best practice: the key elements to success from a management perspective. This event was generously partnered by Freehills.
Operating in a global economy demands procuring products and services from the most cost-effective and business strategic source, whatever the jurisdiction. This applies equally to Qantas which is Australia’s largest domestic and international airline and is recognised as one of the world's leading long distance airlines, covering 140 destinations in 37 countries employing approximately 36,000 people.
Qantas Information Technology supports the IT systems used across the Qantas Group and is involved in the acquisition, development and application of new systems and services, as well as the delivery of information technology managed services.
Jamila Gordon was appointed the Qantas Group’s Chief Information Officer in September 2007. Jamila has broad ranging experience in the global IT industry and has a particularly strong background in leading large and complex outsourced environments. She has extensive experience in managing offshore vendor relationships and has worked across a broad range of geographies and cultures.
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