With only one month to go until the end of the financial year we are pleased to be entering our second decade of business in what is shaping up to be one of the most disruptive periods for established businesses in our developed economy.
New enabling technology combined with an acceptance, perhaps even an embrace from society for new ways of accessing services is turning many industries on their heads. Think airbnb, Uber, University of the Third Age....
Over the course of the past ten years Business Aspect's teams have witnessed a multitude of clients respond to disruption, helping many of them navigate major digital transformations.
It is this theme of transformation that flows through all the articles in this latest edition of BA Perspectives, which includes insights from Peter Banks on maintaining customer focus throughout a digital transformation, an interview with Canberra based consultant, Greg Field and stories of change from a long term client.
Richard Eden, Director-General for the Queensland Government Department of Tourism, Major Events, Small Business and Commonwealth Games (DTESB) provides us with his observations on ten years of working with Business Aspect, highlighting on camera two major transformation programs in that time - the Queensland Government OneSchool program and the DTESB CRM program.
Turning our attention to the continued growth of Business Aspect, we are pleased to highlight the expansion of our Canberra office and the appointment of a number of new consultants across Australia, including Carsten Larsen, based at our new ACT address and David Pollock our new Brisbane based CFO.
Finally, to round out this issue, we give you a wrap-up of this quarter's events and community initiatives including photos from our ten year anniversary celebration and national charity event, the Walk to Save our Sons. You can also download new presentations such as Sam Higgins' "Enterprise mobility - opening the window to your cloud" and Mark Watt's Preparing Australia for a Location Enabled Society.