Tuesday, 23 November 2021 15:14

Experian's Jemmett takes charge of Look Who's Charging and open data


Information services company Experian has appointed Simone Jemmett to the role of general manager for Look Who's Charging and open data.

"Our growth in the ANZ market has been driven by providing transformational software and data solutions in direct response to customer challenges and needs, such as the unique capability provided by Look Who's Charging and our work to date building solutions for open data," said Experian ANZ managing director Andrew Black.

"We have an incredibly talented team and we're proud that we were able to fill this important executive role internally, with Simone stepping up to lead the innovation, growth and development of new solutions for Look Who's Charging and our open data capabilities. Simone's depth of experience in this area, backed by her commercial acumen and leadership skills, will be an invaluable asset to the new role."

Jemmett has worked for Experian since 2015 in various roles, most recently that of ANZ head of strategy and new markets.

She previously worked for EMC and BMC as a pricing manager, and for Motorfin as a financial consultant.

Jemmett started her career at Ford Credit.

She holds a Bachelor of Business degree from RMIT University.

"I'm incredibly excited to be taking on this new opportunity and challenge. Our Look Who's Charging and open data business will continue to build on Look Who's Charging's tried and tested approach to innovation, responsiveness, and pace for developing innovative solutions for our clients," said Jemmett.

"One of my first priorities will be securing Experian's data recipient accreditation under the Consumer Data Right, midway through 2022. This will allow us to extend our data-driven services to bring more value to our clients and their customers, expanding on our existing Look Who's Charging solutions."

Experian acquired Australian fintech Look Who's Charging in 2019.

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