Adam is a multi-award winning CIO and Digital Transformation and Information Security Strategist.
Amongst many achievements he led the development of the GCC’s first production grade Supply Chain Blockchain platform.
In his varied career, he worked for one of the UK’s oldest high street chains tasked with a Y2K driven phase-out of old IBM AS/400 mainframes, before working on an automation project for 150 stores across the UK that provided real time sales data from each outlet.
Later, he worked as the IT Manager for Europe and the Middle East for the steel trading subsidiary of Arcelor Mittal (Macsteel) before joining ESHIPS, the Gulf region's largest private ship owner with assets of US$1bn+, as Head of IT & Administration – working on projects that included the early adoption of various cloud-computing technologies.
He moved to Tristar as Group Head of IT as a result of their acquisition of ESHIPS in March 2016. At Tristar, Adam led the implementation of the region’s first production Blockchain SCM solution as well as the Group’s various Digital Transformation efforts.
In late 2019, Adam moved back to the UK and is now in charge of End User Computing for City of Westminster and Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea - a role that includes the management and improvement of end user computing infrastructure, services and security, with particular emphasis on Windows-based desktop PC services, remote working and Microsoft Office 365 management.
Adam is a certified ITILv3 Expert, a PRINCE2 Project Management Practitioner, a Member of the British Computer Society and holds an MSc in Computer Network Management (Distinction).