Niki Tham, Integrated Solutions


Niki is Head of Integrated Solutions in Miltrade Technologies, having joined the company in 2018. In his role, he is responsible for exploring new opportunities and solutions targeted at the Defence and Security sectors. The areas of focus includes providing turnkey solutions on IT infrastructure, network security, and sense making. He also drives innovation and technologies adoption in the company and for his customers.

Prior to Miltrade, Niki was with NCS Pte Ltd in business development. The notable contracts that he won (worth in excess of S$70 million) included SAF Centre of Military Experimentation (SCME), supply and maintenance of electro-optics, maintenance of RSAF heli-simulation system, supply of MINDEF video conferencing system, and Design, Build, Operate and Maintain NS Gallery. In 2014-2015, Niki was the account manager in Unicorn International, a subsidiary of ST Engineering, representing Oto Melara for 76mm naval guns and INSITU Pacific on drones.

Niki has served in the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) with dedication and distinction for 13 years. A Naval Engineering Officer in NALCOM by vocation, he completed his contract and left the Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) on 31 March 2013. During his career in the navy, Niki held various staff positions. Key roles included supporting the RSN transition to Operation and Support of the fleet of stealth frigates, stream lined logistic supply chain processes, and supporting the frigates logistics and system availability during their overseas deployment. He later moved to HQ to support the RSN in working closely with the tri services and other government agencies in areas of anti-terrorism. Niki was involved in studying and implementing sustainable load for the whole RSN in view of the shrinking workforce.

Niki Tham holds Bachelor degree (Hons) of Technology in Electronics Engineering from the National University of Singapore (2010) and a diploma in Electronics, Computer and Communication Engineering from Nanyang Polytechnic (2002).