Andrew Whelan

Andrew Whelan is a seasoned professional with a diverse background in leadership roles across various organizations. He holds a BCA Honours and BCA from Victoria University of Wellington. He is currently the Vice President - Client Management - Asia Pacific at Unisys. Andrew leads a team passionate about aligning managed services and solutions to help businesses drive growth. He focuses on delivering industry-specific solutions while optimizing current investments for growth. He is an expert in digital transformation and optimization, offering a holistic approach to clients mapped to their digital transformation maturity.

Before his current role, Andrew served as the Vice President - Commercial Sector & Financial Services Sector for Asia Pacific at Unisys, among other leadership positions. Before working at Unisys, he held various roles such as Project Manager/Bu- Driver Licensing Project at NZ Transport Agency and Airport Service & Safety Officer at Wellington International Airport Limited.

Andrew utilizes an advisory approach, offering industry-specific solutions to clients, increasing their competitiveness, and improving user engagement. He understands that each organization has different pain points and focuses on keeping clients informed and aligned. Andrew also shares his organization’s transformation journey with clients, providing additional value.

Andrew’s background shows that he is focused on digital transformation, digital optimization, IT solutions, strategic sales support, and business development. He is also an experienced project manager, marketing manager, and airport service and safety officer.

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