Nabeel MahmoodThe Concierge CxO Bio
business areas of expertise
- Business transformation
- Restructuring and turnaround
- Growth strategy
- M&A transaction support
- Change Management
technology areas of expertise
- Digital Transformation
- Block Chain
- Big Data
- Data Centers
- Cyber Security
- Artificial Intelligence
Nabeel Mahmood is a Technologist, Futurist and a Keynote Speaker. His career is driven by one question – what’s next? He is passionate about the power of technology to deliver competitive and transformational change and the need to develop digital leadership that will create the enterprise of the future. He believes strongly in simplification, with a purpose.
Nabeel brings 18 plus years of experience leading large-scale global technology organizations through seasons of explosive growth via M&A, global expansion, implementing new business models and technology innovation. His expertise include leading organizations through transformation changes, connecting IT to the needs of the business, technology innovation, Big Data, Cloud, ERP, IoT, AI, ML, RPA, Mobility and Data Centers. He brings a unique blend of experiences spanning the entire breadth of technology from Grid to Chip. At, heart he’s a true technologist and futurist, he is a proven strategist, winsome communicator and leader with extraordinary vision and operational expertise within very large, complex organizations.
Nabeel is a strategic CXO identifying opportunities that are being underpinned by emerging technologies and is an advisor to CIOs and CEO across a number of industries. He serves on multiple boards of private and publicly traded companies including United Security Bank and International Data Center Authority.
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