Paul Kimberley, BSc, MBA, CEng, Ing Eur., is a British born, Australian resident with joint citizenship. He is an engineer by profession. During the first part of his career he served as a VP and CEO of major international ICT companies. For the past 25 years he has been an independent consultant specialising in ICT in trade facilitation. Since the early 1990s his major focus has been on single windows, providing advice and assistance on single window strategy, technology, planning, implementation and support to industries, countries, regions and government agencies involved in the adoption of automated trade facilitation and single windows. His clients include global supply chains, governments and government departments in Asia, sub Saharan Africa, the middle east and north Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, and Australasia. He regularly works with international development agencies, including the World Bank, IMF, IFC, the Asian Development Bank, the Commonwealth Secretariat, USAID, AusAID and various UN agencies.
He has written books on Microelectronics and Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) for McGraw Hill, NY, and is currently completing a three volume book on single windows, due for publication during he first half of 2012.