SAUG Canberra Conference 2014
SAP ANZTim Bryant is a Canberra based SAP solution advisor specialising in the SAP Human Capital Management (HCM) product suite, as well as the SAP Education line of products. Tim has over 10 years’ experience within the SAP arena primarily in relation to corporate services. Prior to joining SAP in 2012, Tim worked across a number of roles over a ten year period within the Australian Federal Government from a customer perspective. During his tenure, Tim specialised in Corporate Services IT Strategy, SAP Capability Management, Business Analysis, Business Process Management, and Project Management and support. Tim holds a Bachelor of Commerce and a Bachelor of Information Systems from the University of Tasmania.
Solution Advisor HCM
SAP ANZAs President and Managing Director for SAP Australia and New Zealand (ANZ), Damien Bueno is responsible for all customer operations across the market. He joined SAP in 2007 and has worked with some of Australia and New Zealand’s largest organisations, across multiple industries, driving strategic and meaningful outcomes at SAP and in regional leadership roles prior. Most recently as Vice President for Strategic Industries and Markets, SAP ANZ, where he pioneered a co-investment model with the Australian Government, to better support it with its digital engagement with citizens.
President and Managing Director
Dept of Infrastructure, Regional Development and CitiesLana is an SAP Human Resources Business Analyst in the Australian Government Department of Infrastructure and Transport. She has over 10 years’ experience in SAP support and development in a Public Sector environment, with the last 8 years being in the HCM field providing solutions and support in the areas of Personnel Administration, Payroll and Talent Management.
SAP HR Analyst
Independent consultantPaul was an Associate Professor in Information Systems at Victoria University and Principle Consultant at Hawking Solutions. He is considered as one of the leading commentators on ERP systems and Business Intelligence and specifically SAP solutions. Paul helps companies to leverage their SAP investment to gain greater value, especially in the area of Business Intelligence. He has presented at the premier SAP conferences around the world and was the first academic to become a SAP Mentor.
Dept of Infrastructure, Regional Development and CitiesJacki is the SAP Business Intelligence Lead at the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development. She is responsible for the SAP BW reporting and budgeting solutions within the Department. Jacki has over 12 years SAP BW experience, is a CPA and has been the SIG Lead for the SAUG BI Canberra SIG for the past 5 years.
SAP Business Intelligence Lead & SAUG SIG Lead BI Canberra
OfficeworksAndrew is a senior IT executive, change agent and leader who is passionate about achieving strategic outcomes. He is the IT Program Manager at Officeworks and leads the IT Engagement Team including Project Management; Business Analysis; Solution Architecture; Training; Help Desk and IT Provisioning. Andrew has over 20 years’ experience in leadership roles across Information Technology within the retail sector. Prior to Officeworks, he has held roles with Coles, Millers Retail, Big W and Toys R Us. Andrew is currently the Chairperson of SAUG.
Manager – IT Services, Officeworks, and Chairperson, SAUG
Yelcho Systems ConsultingGraham is an independent consultant who specialises in delivering practical, innovative and cost-effective solutions to his clients to help them maximise returns on their IT investments. Graham has led technical teams in the Finance, Public and IT Sectors. Graham’s expertise, influence and contributions to the SAP ecosystem has been recognised with his nomination and subsequent appointment as an SAP Mentor. @grahamrobbo
SAP Mentor & Principal Consultant
SAP ANZSean has worked for over 15 years with both the public and private sector as an executive and management consultant before joining SuccessFactors in 2008. His professional focus across this period of his career has been on business and industry strategy, functional management disciplines, issues analysis, and market research. He went on to manage SuccessFactors’ Workforce Analytics and Planning customer-facing teams, which included directing projects in this domain for many leading enterprises across the region.In more recent times Sean led the SuccessFactors Customer Value function and worked with key customers across the Asia-Pacific region to ensure that they achieve the most from their SuccessFactors investment. Sean’s work with customers looks to understand their business priorities and the contribution that human capital plays in contributing to successful strategy execution. Sean is an experienced workshop and conference presenter on human capital management challenges such as workforce analytics, workforce planning, HR benchmarking, human capital ROI, KPI analysis and data driven decision making.Sean holds a Masters of Business Administration from Brisbane Graduate School of Business at QUT, with a specialisation in Business Strategy.
Product Sales Director, Workforce Analytics & Planning AP
Transport for NSWPatrick is the enterprise risk manager at Transport for NSW where he leads the risk and business resilience management programs and frameworks. He has over 25 years experience in senior leadership, line management and policy appointments in the disciplines of enterprise, operational and business resilience risk management in the public and private sectors in Australia and overseas. Since retiring from the Australian Army he has managed group security and resilience risk programs for Qantas Airways and BHP Billiton, and the enterprise risk and opportunity management program at BAE Systems Australia. Patrick has worked extensively throughout Australia, Asia and the South Pacific, as well as on short engagements in Africa.
Principal Manager Risk
Department of FinanceIn August 2008, John was seconded to the Australian Government Information Management Office, becoming the First Assistant Secretary Agency Services in July 2009. In AGIMO, he was responsible for addressing ICT budget reductions across government and saving $1 billion over 2009-2013. His division’s responsibilities included whole of government matters such as australia.gov.au, data centre strategy, coordinated procurement, industry engagement, and telecommunications services.
Australian Government Chief Technology Officer & Procurement Co-ordinator
Australian Taxation OfficeRohan Baxter is a Senior Director in the Corporate Analytics at the Australian Taxation Office. The ATO’s Corporate Analytics team is leading the Australian Government’s Data Analytics Centre of Excellence. He is involved identifying analytics opportunities and developing analytics solutions to improve decision making and service delivery. Prior to the ATO, he held data mining research and consulting position in both government and industry, in both Australia and the U.S. He has Phd, MSc and BSc(Hons) degrees from Monash University.
Senior Director Corporate Analytics
SitrionCuneyt is an engineer at heart, yet specializes in accelerating the adoption and alignment of emerging web technologies in the enterprise. He is one of the select few leaders with over a decade of experience in the social collaboration and content management industry - especially in Asia Pacific and Japan. When not on a plane, Cuneyt is expanding the business in emerging markets while serving as VP of Sales at Sitrion's Sydney office.
Vice President, APAC and Japan
SAP ANZMat is an experienced ICT professional and leader that has extensive experience delivering across ICT Infrastructure, Security, Applications and Business Development. Mat has worked for Defence, multiple leading private sector service providers as well as multiple Federal Government Department. Mat has assisted in the development of and implementation of ICT Strategy and has conducted reviews across several departments covering various ICT systems and lifecycles. Mat has led several large organisational changing SAP programs across the ERP and CRM platforms. Mat specialises in bringing organisational change through the successful implementation of large scale programs that deliver significant business value. Mat recently completed a large SAP program of work at Parliament House before joining SAP in the Customer Solutions area which helps bridge understanding between public sector requirements and SAP solutions.
Department of Human ServicesGary Sterrenberg, was appointed Chief Information Officer, Department of Human Services (DHS) 24 October 2011. Gary is responsible for the infrastructure and applications underpinning the operations of all ICT within the DHS supporting around 38,000 staff and delivery of services and payments to customers. Gary was the CIO for the Australia and Retail Division of ANZ where he worked in various positions for the past five years. Gary has also worked for the National Australia Bank and Shell International.
Chief Information Officer
Auckland CouncilMike was appointed to the role of Head of Information Services on Nov 1 2010, the inauguration date for Auckland Council. Prior to this role he was CIO for Watercare Services during which time he was seconded to the Auckland Transition Agency to lead the Business Process and Systems work stream to merge the local and regional authorities into a single entity. Mike has over 20 years in the IT industry and has gained a wide variety of experience in all elements of the systems lifecycle from IT strategy through to implementation and operations across multiple geographies and industries including telecommunications, utilities, FMCG, insurance and management consulting. He was voted NZ CIO of the year in 2010.
Head of Information Services
EV Technologies AUClint has almost 20 years of SAP Analytics and SAP Database & Technology experience. Since being actively involved in the first SAP IQ installation in South Africa back in 1997, he has accumulated a wealth of knowledge and experience using SAP HANA, SAP IQ, SAP Data Services and the SAP BusinessObjects suite of products. He has been involved in many large-scale SAP Analytics and SAP Database & Technology implementations and is a globally-known and renowned keynote speaker who regularly presents at many of the major SAP conferences and local user group events and has sat on various panel discussions. In 2012, Clint was selected as Africa's first ever SAP Mentor. He is currently based in Australia and is the Managing Partner for APJ for EV Technologies, an SAP Partner and Authorised Education Partner in the SAP Ecosystem.
SAP Mentor and Managing Partner
EPI-USE Australia Pty LtdSue started in Data Management during 1996 when she was handed a disk with a list of builders on it and told they were hers to manage. Sue mentions this as fate taking over and providing her with what she was 'meant to do'. Various data roles later, her clients numbered 3 of the top 4 banking institutions in South Africa, a number of telcos and various pension funds, insurance companies and health organisations. Sue was the initial designer of data quality matching algorithms for a South African-built Data Quality and Matching tool (Plasma Mind). This experience has stood her in good stead as she has slowly but surely climbed the ladder in Southern Africa to become the first CDMP in the country. Sue worked tirelessly on starting up DAMA SA with the successful Inaugural meeting in February of 2009. She was unanimously voted as President just prior to this event. From that time on, Sue has been the leader and driving force of the DAMA SA Board. Sue has been the DAMAI VP Operations since 2011 and has just been voted in as the DAMA I President for 2014. She is a sought after presenter and has been a prominent speaker at EDW in 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2013, DAMA Brazil, DAMA Australia in 2013 and IRMUK in 2006 and 2011. Her thought-provoking presentation on Practical Data Governance has sparked interest all over the world and she has been asked to return to a number of countries to meet with key clients on this topic.
Manager: Data Services
SAP ANZWith over four decades of experience in human resource management, Peter is Vice President, Workforce Planning and Analytics for SAP SuccessFactors. Peter has a distinguished global reputation as a consultant in Workforce Metrics, Analytics and Workforce Planning. For the past fifteen years Peter has spent most of his time consulting and advising to global companies in North America and Europe. Peter has spoken at more than 500 conferences and workshops across the globe over the past thirty years and has been involved in more than 100 consulting assignments in Workforce Planning and Workforce Analytics. In July 2010 Peter sold his business, Infohrm, to SuccessFactors, which was subsequently acquired by SAP in February 2012. Within SuccessFactors Peter has a Ambassadorial role in developing the Workforce Analytics and Planning business of SuccessFactors. Peter is a former Chair of the School of Management Advisory Committee at the Queensland University of Technology. In 2003, was awarded the Outstanding Alumni award for the Faculty of Business at QUT. Peter is a Life Fellow of the Australian Human Resources Institute and is also a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management.
Vice President, Workforce Planning and Analytics
Dept of TreasuryPeter is the Chief Information Officer of the Treasury a role he has had since June 2011. He is focused on improved productivity, collaboration, mobility, business intelligence and better knowledge transfer through the delivery of high quality information management and technology solutions. Prior to moving to The Treasury, Peter was the Assistant Secretary responsible for the Online Services Branch within the Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO), a business group within the Department of Finance and Deregulation. During his time at AGIMO, Peter was responsible for whole-of-government initiatives such as web policy management, the Government 2.0 Taskforce, delivery of the Australian Government Online Service Point (AGOSP) program to upgrade www.australia.gov.au and government online collaboration. Peter has experience in Australian Government ICT delivering websites, web policy, online services, government collaboration, financial management, system accounting, grant systems, procurement and security solutions. He holds a Masters of Business Informatics (IT), Graduate Diploma in Information Systems, a Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) and is a CPA.
Chief Information Officer
Alan DormerAlan Dormer leads a multi-disciplinary team of researchers at CSIRO who bring science to Australia's growing services sector. His team is dedicated to applied research in government services, finance, supply chain, retail and disaster management. Key areas of research are evidence based policy and decision support, service delivery transformation and customer centric/citizen centric services. He has over 20 years experience of delivering business benefits through innovation and technology. He started his career in insurance and subsequently worked in engineering, consulting, software development, project management and most recently research. Originally from the UK, Alan has also worked in Japan and North America. Alan has a degree in Mathematics and a Masters in Control Systems. He is a Chartered Engineer and a Fellow of the Institute of Engineering and Technology, and a Fellow of the Institution of Chemical Engineers.
Department of Home AffairsRohan has been working in the DIBP for the past 8 years and has recently transitioned to HR to take on the task of both production support and further development of the SuccessFactors suite of products.