TransUnion Africa's Lee Naik on embracing open source collaboration and harnessing democratised technologies
TransUnion Africa CEO Lee Naik offers insight into how data-led legacy corporates on the continent are grappling with the prospect of a future led by democratised technologies and open source collaboration.
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Lee Naik is the CEO of TransUnion Africa, a subsidiary of the giant American consumer credit reporting agency, TransUnion, that’s listed on the New York Stock Exchange. Prior to joining TransUnion Africa, Lee spent 18 years at Accenture, where he served as Managing Director of Accenture Digital in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Since signing up to lead TransUnion Africa in January 2017, he’s been tasked with shaping the company’s continental growth strategy— a process that’s so far necessitated the recruitment of key senior talent, the orchestration of major tech platform updates, and the expansion of the firm’s range of information solutions.
In this conversation with Andile Masuku - which forms part African Tech Roundup’s podcast miniseries on digital assets - Lee offers insight into how data-led legacy corporates like TransUnion Africa are grappling with the prospect of a future led by democratised technologies and open source collaboration.
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