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THANONGSINH KANLAGNA

posted Aug 12, 2014, 11:54 PM by Alumni Affairs| Office of Advancement ‎(OADV)‎   [ updated Aug 14, 2014, 10:00 PM ]

Present position/ title:  CEO Datacom  

Education  :  University: Azerbaijan National Polytechnic Institute, Baku, USSR (1982-1987, Computing Machines, Master of Eng., with Scholarship from the Lao government ) ;

Institute:: Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand (1990-1991, Computer Science, Master of Engineering, with scholarship from Sweden)

Membership in Professional Associations

President, Lao ICT Commerce Association,
Board Member of Lao National Chamber of Commerce,
Member of ASOCIO (Asian-Oceania computer Industry Organisation,
Vice President, Young Entrepreneur Association of Laos

Other Trainings 

- Microsoft Certification  for Windows 2003 Server administration, ISONET, Bangkok,

- IT Education, SEAMEO , Singapore;

- Internet World forum, Hawaii, USA (1995),

Countries of Work ExperienceLaos

Languages  : English: good in speaking, reading and writing; French: Good in speaking, good in reading and Fair in writing; Lao: Good in speaking, reading and writing; Russian : average in speaking, reading

Employment Record 

a) From  1997 To  Present

Employer:  Datacom (Owner)

Positions held:  CEO as well as Project Team Leader

Leading the successful implementation of all major projects in ICT undertaken  the company.

EDL HQ LAN networking 2001

National Polytechnic Institute Project, World Bank , 1999

Done Chanh Palace 2004

Indian Government supported ICT Training Center, STEA, 2004

National Statistic Center , 2005

Bank of Lao PDR, 2005

National Data Center , STEA 2006

BCEL Bank ADB Project, 2006

Project undertaking in 2007 

MCTPC, Department of Road,  2007,

Ministry of Finance, Data Center; Database and Server System 2009

Virtualisation at LDB Bank, APB Bank, Phubia Mining   2011, 2012, 2013

 

b)

From   1987 To   

Employer:  National Polytechnic Institute (presently Faculty of Engineering, NUOL, Sok Paluang

Positions held : Lecturer  in Computer Science, Deputy Head of Computer Division

Create and deploy curricullum for computer courses for the Enginerring students at institute. Design lab course. Teach, make test and examination and provide grade for  the student for the course of Computing/Programming.

  

c)

From    1987 To   

Employer:  ADB, World bank, JICA

Positions held : Local consultant/Team Leader

c1. Ministry of education , World Bank (1988-89), Educational MIS

c2. Forein Investment Management committee, World Bank (1997)  (Nature of work: Website development and MIS)

c3. Develop and Website based on World Bank template for the FIMC

c4. Aid coordination Informatin management System II, Organisation for International Cooperation, ADB  (2000-2001) (MIS and System Analyst and Coordinator) .

By using the prototype of a former project, develop and expand the Aid monitoring information management system. Coordinate  the various government ministries and department involved, organise training how to collect data and use of forms develop to summarise data from Loan and grant.

 

c5. Financial Capacity Strenthening, MOF, ADB. Develop a MIS within the Ministry of finance.  

c6. Local ADB Consultant for various project in Lao government ministries: IT , MIS, Training of Trainers , etc. 

c7. Research and Survey of Local IT Service Market, JICA (2009- completed in March 2010), Team Leader

-Task involved and project summary: The project is to make the survey and report on the Lao ICT Market. Covering the IT Vendors from the Private sectors (100 vendors), the academia that has IT related curriculum and students, the public sector related organisation and quasi-government enterprises. As lead organise the executive committee consisting of the 3 main types of players (as mention earlier). Organise 3 meeting session to discuss issues, challenge and plan for the future based on feedback from the various steps of the study. Design and implement research methodology and explain the various scenario from the data output. 

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