Australian insurance company IAG has appointed consumer data analytics expert Bora Arslan to the role of chief analytics officer, to lead its Customer Labs analytics program.
Arslan joins IAG’s Australian operation from advertising agency GTB, where he was Global Chief Analytics Officer based in Dearborn, Michigan in the US.
Prior to joining GTB, Arslan was Chief Data and Analytics officer at BGL Group in London, where he was responsible for data-driven digital strategy and led the digital technology transformation.
Arslan has also held senior roles at US multinational retail corporation Walmart Labs and US pharmacy giant Walgreens.
IAG Chief Customer Officer Julie Batch said the appointment of Mr Arslan would bring a wealth of experience to IAG’s analytics capability.
“Bora brings with him an impressive global perspective from his experience with some of the biggest consumer companies in the world, to his foundations in academic practice at the forefront of the analytics space,”
“Bora’s deep expertise in analytics and digital transformation will be pivotal to IAG continuing to focus on how we can better deliver to our customers,” Ms Batch said.
In his new role, Mr Arslan will oversee a team of 70 to uplift the skills needed to drive the future strategic direction of the analytics and artificial intelligence functions within IAG.
“Australia is at a really exciting stage for data analytics and corporate technology transformation, and I’m looking forward to building on IAG’s impressive credentials in the tech and innovation space,” Arslan said.
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