Mr Kee Wong

2014 Distinguished Alumni Award - Faculty of Information Technology Entrepreneur Kee Wong (BEng 1986, GradDipCOmp 1989, MBA 1999) is the founder and the Managing Director of e-Centric Innovations, a management...

2014 Distinguished Alumni Award - Faculty of Information Technology

Entrepreneur Kee Wong (BEng 1986, GradDipCOmp 1989, MBA 1999) is the founder and the Managing Director of e-Centric Innovations, a management and technology consulting company which provides strategic advice and systems integration services in e-business and IT.

Since 1999 he has started several businesses and made investments across a number of industries including technology, services, retail, food and beverage, trading and property.

After graduating from Monash in 1985, Kee Wong practised as an engineer before working as an IT and management consultant. He joined IBM in 1994 as a senior executive, running part of its Asia Pacific e-business group.

In 1999 Kee Wong founded his first business, e-Centric Innovations – an IT/Management consulting firm serving large multinational enterprises and governments in Australia, Malaysia and Singapore. Following on from that success he founded and supported a number of businesses and today continues to invest in startups as well as established businesses in Australia, Malaysia, Singapore, China and the US.

In addition to his Monash degrees, Kee Wong is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and member of the Australian Institute of Management.

He sits on a number of boards and advisory committees. He is the Chairman of the Board of the Australian Information Industry association and Deputy Chairman of Asialink. He is a member of the board of directors of Australian Services Roundtable, the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, and the National Gallery of Victoria. He is also an advisory board member of the Australia-Malaysia Institute, Monash University IT Faculty Board as well as a member of the Deakin University Business Leaders’ Group.

Kee Wong also volunteers with the Starlight Children’s Foundation as an ambassador for its IT Fund for Kids.

In 2011 he was made a Fellow of Monash University.