Nigel Green is most known for his ability to straddle IT and business worlds. He has been business/IT translator, and solutions designer for over 25 years.
From 1991 to 1997, Nigel worked in Asia for DHL International (Air Express) where he led the Business Systems Architecture capability for the Asia Pacific region. Nigel later joined the European logistics division of Hutchison Port Holdings where he held a business/IT hybrid position as VP Service Delivery. In 2003, he became VP Product Development for a start-up that created an Internet-of-Things, Software-as-a-Service platform. Nigel has been a consultant since 2005.
Nigel has been a strategist and a consultant with both Computer Sciences Corporation and Capgemini. Over his career he has been engaged to focused on IS Strategy, IT Innovation and future-focused architectures and business and IT operating models for large privately held businesses, and government organizations.
In 2007, he co-authored "Lost In Translation: A handbook for Information Systems in the 21st Century", in which he and his co-author discuss the trend towards distributed data processing and other concepts that under-pin today's digitally enabled world.
Today, Nigel spends his time advising, sense-making and, occasionally, designing solutions. Technically, he has a passion for distributed intelligence, event-driven and service oriented design patterns. He has a particular interest in Microservices, the Internet-of-Everything, and Cloud-enabled computing.
Nigel has lived and worked in Hong Kong for over 10 years. He continues to visit Asia regularly, speaking at conferences, and providing C-suite advisory services.