Chapman Freeborn appoints new chief information officer

Laurent Jossa, Chapman Freeborn

Chapman Freeborn has appointed Laurent Jossa as its new group chief information officer (CIO) as it looks to transition into a fully paperless organisation.

Jossa has more than 20 years of experience working at a variety of aviation and airfreight companies.

In his new role at Chapman Freeborn, Laurent will manage the company’s IT framework, “analysing and mapping functions and processes across all areas of the business, before implementing digital systems to drive efficiencies and improvements”.

“By fully digitising the way we handle data and automating where possible, I plan to reduce costs and the company’s carbon footprint, as well as save our staff time and allow them to focus on core business activities,” he said. “I will also establish a digital learning platform to support their training needs and expand our online resources to enhance communication and collaboration.”

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