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CrimsonLogic, provider of eGovernment solutions and services headquartered in Singapore, today announced the appointment of Sylvia Koh as the group’s chief people officer (CPO).
In this new role, Koh will oversee the full spectrum in planning and implementing people strategies for the CrimsonLogic Group globally. She will lead the group HR to develop workforce strategies, drive organisational & talent development, and succession planning across the various offices and business groups.
As CPO, Koh will also be part of the group’s senior management committee to actively contribute to the overall strategy management and operation of the Group’s business.
“With more than 20 years of HR experience, Sylvia will be a great fit with CrimsonLogic as we continue to expand our footprint globally,” said Saw Ken Wye, CrimsonLogic CEO. “I’m delighted that Sylvia is joining us to take on this vital role, and help us on our journey to transform CrimsonLogic into a better place for employees to work in.
“Sylvia’s experience and industry knowledge will help us better manage the company’s biggest asset – our employees, as we undertake an aggressive growth strategy in Singapore and globally.”
Prior to joining CrimsonLogic, Sylvia was working with Jardine Lloyd Thompson Limited in Hong Kong as the regional director of human resources for Asia for close to three years.
Before Jardine Lloyd Thompson, she was the business services director for Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance in China overseeing human resources, IT, business operations and the global business network across Beijing, Shanghai and Nanjing.