Mohammed Ilhamul Huq is an IT professional and business analysis expert with a proven track record of successfully delivering a range of strategic and operational transition projects. Mr. Huq has all-inclusive experiences in information management, business analysis, project management, solution architecture, and software implementation. He has built and implemented business automation systems from scratch for several international agencies and development partners, including WFP & IOM. In the application process development of the Department of Natural Resources and Mines, Queensland, he developed a new process for leasing and purchasing applications and introduced an online customer assistance service to complete and track the application progress.
He is currently serving as an Information Systems Officer in the Digital Solutions Unit of United Nations World Food Programme, Cox’s Bazar, where he is analyzing new technical solutions for existing non-digitized programme activities and everyday operations across the office. He also assesses the feasibility of purchasable market solutions, develops new tools within WFP corporate policy regulations, and manages existing information management applications. Before that, he served as an Information Management Officer in the Site Maintenance Engineering Project Unit, a collaboration by IOM, UNHCR & WFP; there he created a software named “MERT” (mobile engineering reporting tool) which is being used for managing resources and tracking project costs & activities against planned quantity. For his outstanding contribution at WFP, he received “Honorable Mention” in “WFP TECH AWARDS 2020” as part of the Bangladesh TEC team.