John Song, G7's Latest Hire, Joins on as Chief Strategy Officer
BEIJING, China, April 23, 2018 — G7, China’s leading Internet of Things and Fleet Management Solutions provider announced that it has brought on Xujin John Song as Chief Strategy Officer. Song brings 20 years strategic and operating consulting experience to G7. In his previous role as transport industry lead and partner at Deloitte China, Song was responsible for global and domestic logistic companies as well as shippers. He brings to G7 deep industry insight and strong technical understanding within the field.
Prior to Deloitte China, Song held key roles at Huawei and AT Kearney. At G7, he will be responsible for the company's strategic planning, mainly helping customers achieve digital transformation through G7 technology. Song holds an MBA degree from China European International Business School (CEIBS) and dual Bachelor Degrees in Computer Science and Economics from the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC).
“We are very fortunate to have John joining us. He brings solid local expertise coupled with digital insight and an international vision. Not only that, his high-end management talent will ensure G7’s acceleration through this next stage of development,” started Julian Ma, G7 President.
“The logistics industry is undergoing a digital transformation and IoT coupled with IA+AI (Intelligent Assets and Artificial Intelligence Technology) will be the critical cornerstone. I am looking forward to being part of this great team to steer this industry’s future,” stated Song.
G7 is a leading IoT technology company in China. It provides IoT and AI-enabled fleet management and value-added services to empower logistics companies. G7 currently serves more than 50,000 customers and has over 600,000 connected vehicles. G7 is committed to establishing an open ecosystem which connects vehicles, logistics infrastructure, and financial institutions. It provides fleet management as well as asset management and trading services across the fields of ETC, oil products, finance, and insurance. The shareholders of G7 include GLP, Tencent, Eastern Bell Venture Capital, Temasek, China Development Bank, Bank of China, and China Construction Bank.