Matthew Young, IT director, Air Miles

February 2004
IT Training;Feb2004, p46
Trade Publication
This article presents a job interview of Matthew Young, IT director, Air Miles, as of February 1, 2004. Every aspect of IT in the business, from investigating new technologies to support and running systems are his key responsibilities. He spent 22 years with Marks & Spencer in lots of roles. He started in commercial management and ended up as the head of IT for its mail-order business. As he was looking for a new challenge and a company where technology was central to the business, he was attracted to Air Miles.


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