| | DECEMBER 20239IN FOCUSLeah Cooper has been appointed as Sedgwick's inaugural Global Chief Digital Officer, marking a new position within the company. In her new role, Cooper will lead Sedgwick's endeavors in technological research and innovation. Her responsibilities include driving the organization's digital roadmap and transformation strategy by collaborating with various departments and business segments. Cooper joined Sedgwick in 2014 following the acquisition of Absentys, a software development and service provider she co-founded. Her most recent role was as the Managing Director of Global Consumer Technology. Previously, she held positions as Vice President and later as Senior Vice President of IT Applications, where she supervised the design and development of Sedgwick's technology accessible to clients."Jason Landrum, Sedgwick's Global Chief Information Officer, highlighted Leah's crucial role within the technology leadership team, emphasizing her consistent drive to enhance both employee and customer experiences through the identification, streamlining, and implementation of innovative technology-driven solutions. He praised her unique perspective and seamless collaboration with various teams and stakeholders, acknowledging her track record of delivering vital strategic solutions that inspire those around her"."Under Cooper's leadership, the Sedgwick technology team created smart.ly, a cloud-based, multilingual platform designed for web-based and API-driven claim intake and submission". "Additionally, earlier this year, she assembled a dedicated team focusing on practical applications for generative AI. This effort led to the introduction of Sedgwick's ChatGPT tool, Sidekick". "Cooper expressed Sedgwick's ongoing commitment to pioneering technology-driven solutions, citing their dedication to delivering cutting-edge platforms for both clients and colleagues. She expressed gratitude for the opportunity to continue pursuing her passion: solving intricate problems through innovative technology solutions". SUNeVision Holdings Ltd., the leading data center provider and connectivity hub in Hong Kong, has partnered with Digital Edge (Singapore) Holdings Pte. Ltd., a rapidly growing digital infrastructure provider in Asia. This collaboration aims to deliver comprehensive interconnection and colocation services for hyperscale deployments across the APAC region. By combining strengths, this strategic alliance will elevate the digital infrastructure in the area and expedite global connectivity.SUNeVision's portfolio of seven data centers in Hong Kong, notably the pivotal interconnection center MEGA-i in Asia, will synergize with Digital Edge's robust digital ecosystem spanning various locations across APAC, including facilities in China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, and the Philippines. Together, these companies will provide enterprises with effortless access to cutting-edge, carrier-neutral data centers and colocation services, empowering businesses to expand with agility, efficiency, and scalability.The collaboration between both companies presents a distinctive value proposition, fortifying their leading roles within the digital infrastructure realm. This union will unlock opportunities for organizations to extend their regional footprint in APAC, providing them access to a highly interconnected digital ecosystem through a comprehensive solution. SUNeVision stands as the largest data center provider in Hong Kong, priding itself on genuine carrier and cloud neutrality. With a steadfast commitment to delivering cutting-edge colocation and connectivity solutions, SUNeVision has dedicated substantial investments over more than two decades to develop top-tier infrastructure. Their customers benefit from exclusive access to a robust data center ecosystem directly linked to over 300 global providers of cloud services, telecommunications, internet service providers (ISPs), content delivery networks (CDNs), over-the-top (OTT) services, and more. Bolstering one-stop connectivity has remained a primary focus for the company. In early 2023, the Asia Direct Cable's (ADC) Hong Kong segment was established at SUNeVision's HKIS-1, marking the first and only carrier-neutral cable landing station in Hong Kong, alongside the City Point-of-Presence (PoP) situated at its large-scale data center. SEDGWICK APPOINTS GLOBAL CHIEF DIGITAL OFFICERSUNEVISION & DIGITAL EDGE JOIN FORCES FOR SWIFT REGIONAL EXPANSION
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