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Naz Haji appointed Chief Information Officer, Quintiles Asia markets
Based at Quintiles’ Asia Markets headquarters in Singapore, Naz Haji is responsible for providing vision, strategic technology direction, and operational capabilities to support Quintiles’ and its customers’ growth across Asia.

Naz also leads the IT Client Services group globally from his base in Asia, where his responsibility includes supporting and enhancing technology services globally for Quintiles’ more than 27,000 employees in about 100 countries, and for Quintiles’ customers and their clinical development processes.

Naz joined Quintiles in 2006 as Vice President, Global IT in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, leading Global Infrastructure and Operations. During this time, he led the consolidation and globalization of the Global Information Technology function instituting key processes, functions and delivery capability resulting in world-class performance, quality and stability. In 2007, he was promoted to Senior Vice President.

Bringing more than 25 years of experience in international business systems, technology, process re-engineering and consulting, Naz has been a key technology leader within multiple industries, including pharmaceutical, manufacturing, utilities, oil and gas, engineering and aerospace. His experience also spans the globe having worked and lived in North America, Asia, Africa, Europe and the Middle East.

Born in Tanzania and raised in Canada, Naz earned his degree in business from York University in Toronto.

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