VSJ – May 2007 – Members’ News

Siddique Khan, MIAP is standing for re-election to Council this spring. Here, he writes about himself and his aspirations for the Institution.

I joined the IAP in January 2002 and a little over two years later was co-opted on to the IAP Council. At 31, I am privileged to have been the youngest ever member selected for the IAP Council. I am currently working as a development lead / software architect for an IT solution company specialising in information management, knowledge management and automation for the Oil and Gas sector. I have very broad experience including business process automation, information management, enterprise content management, knowledge management, workflow automation, EDMS and full text and retrieval search engines.

In the past, I’ve been engaged in various technical roles, as analyst/programmer, senior systems analyst, technical consultant and development team leader to name a few. I strongly believe that the IAP is capable of offering services to the wider world, reaching as far as India and perhaps China. And in fact, I’m investigating the possibility of arranging such affiliations or partnerships with the local professional bodies in these aggressively developing countries to fulfil the real potential of the IAP mission.

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