Matthew Schultz is Azendian’s Regional MD ANZ

2月 09 2023
Community, Corporate

Azendian Solutions (Azendian), one of Asia’s leading data and AI companies, has appointed Matthew Schultz as Regional Managing Director ANZ to drive the operations and further growth of Azendian in Australia and New Zealand.

Prior to joining Azendian, Matt has held senior management and strategic roles in LandTech and Thomson Reuters. With extensive experience spanning 18 years, Matthew has developed a strong record covering roles as a Product Manager and Proposition Manager, overseeing roadmap development, competitor analysis, market mapping and client-engagement based strategy. He was also a Solicitor before commencing on his tech journey.

On Matthew’s appointment, Bill Lee, Founder and Group Managing Director of Azendian Solutions said, “We are excited about the growth opportunities for Azendian in Australia and New Zealand and to help companies to achieve their sustainability, ESG and productivity ambitions. Matthew’s extensive business network and leadership experience will contribute to our next phase of growth in Australia and New Zealand. I would also like to thank Philip Beniac for spearheading our beach head into Australia and we are grateful that he will continue his contributions as Senior Advisor.”

Azendian Solutions is an Artificial Intelligence, Data Science and Operations Technology company with offices in Singapore, Australia, Malaysia, Vietnam and Japan. Contributing to building smarter cities, we champion software and application-based solutions to achieve and exceed Environment, Sustainability and Governance (ESG), sustainability and productivity goals with and for our clients. Our solutions and techniques are in the fore front of the 4.0 digital economy as we partner our clients in their Artificial Intelligence and Data Science journey to enhance revenue and service offerings, optimize operations and manage risks more effectively and efficiently.


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