Y3 Technologies gets a Dragon as CEO

  • Over 18 years corporate experience
  • Also founded two analytics startups
Y3 Technologies gets a Dragon as CEO

 
SINGAPORE-headquartered supply chain management solutions company Y3 Technologies announced it has appointed Marc Dragon (pic above) as chief executive officer.
 
In this role, he will be responsible for driving business growth and enhancing Y3’s solutions portfolio and strategies, the company said in a statement.
 
“With his key skillsets, business acumen and years of experience, Marc [Dragon] is well-positioned to lead the team to help customers drive a positive transformation that can improve the way people live and work, both now and tomorrow,” said Y3 Technologies deputy chairman and executive director Robert M.C. Yap.
 
Dragon has over 18 years of experience serving clients in Asia Pacific, and has been in multiple leadership roles at IBM, Deloitte Consulting and Antuit, Y3 Technologies said.
 
He has also co-authored multiple whitepapers, and is a frequent speaker in the region, especially on the subjects of big data, analytics and supply chain management.
 
Besides his corporate experience, he has been actively involved in the startup scene in Singapore, having founded two analytics startups, according to Y3 Technologies.
 
He is also an Investment committee member of Supply Chain Angels, a National Research Foundation (NRF) supported incubator in Singapore.
 
“I am excited to be part of Y3 Technologies at a time when there is a growing demand for intelligent, collaborative and innovative platforms and solutions to help our clients grow and compete,” said Dragon.
 
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