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Thursday, June 8, 2023 (12:00 PM - 2:00 PM) (GMT+10)

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Eagle Street 111
Brisbane City, Queensland, Australia

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Clay Quinn (Customer Engineer at Google Australia)

Clay Quinn

Customer Engineer at Google Australia

Clay is a Brisbane-based technology generalist currently working as a Customer Engineer at Google Cloud. With over 20 years experience in the industry, Clay has worked with a multitude of technologies across many customers and verticals. Clay's background is in infrastructure and he previously worked in the Telco space for almost a decade, at companies such as VMware.

Alexandra Geer (General Manager at NGIS)

Alexandra Geer

General Manager at NGIS

Alex is Qld General Manager at NGIS – a leading geospatial solutions company.
An enthusiastic geospatial professional, she has spent nearly 20 years working with spatial data and delivering innovative Geographic Information Systems (GIS) solutions across the UK and Australia. Her core expertise has been gained through the design and application of location-based solutions to solve the complex geographic challenges being faced by organisations – particularly in the natural resources, government and utilities sectors.
Alex is passionate about leveraging geospatial technologies and data to give context to decision making through the common language of geography – allowing us to collaborate, communicate and share our collective insight to solve problems.
At NGIS, we are fortunate to be able to work with leading technology partners that enable us to deliver best of breed solutions that make an impact in our clients’ businesses.

David Ogilvie (CEO of David Ogilvie Consulting)

David Ogilvie

CEO of David Ogilvie Consulting

David’s expertise in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems and supply-chain
management makes him one of the world’s leading business-improvement
He works with executives of both publicly listed and privately owned businesses to
help them build strategic direction and apply technology to improve operational
performance and profitability.
He has developed industry-leading intellectual property, including SureSelect™, a
methodology for selecting the right products and software vendors for businesses;
the ERP Success Formula™, a framework and methods for keeping digital
transformation and technology projects successfully on track; and 4V Supply
Chain Model™, a framework for building supply-chain resiliency into operations.
He is a published author, speaker, and consultant in high demand. Recent
projects include:
• ERP rescues, where a poorly configured and implemented version of a major
ERP system by a large software partner was turned into one delivering
significant cost savings and efficiency improvements after a 12-week
• Multiple ERP selection projects encompassing a wide variety of products
being selected. Client profiles range from major publicly listed companies with
a presence in multiple countries to medium-sized family businesses based in
regional Queensland.
• A supply-chain resiliency project in which the whole strategy was redesigned
and implemented, resulting in
high performance under significant supply-chain duress.
• Multiple strategy development projects, one with a medium-sized family
business with locations in two countries and three sites and another with a
medium-sized public company.
• A medium-sized family business undertook a detailed cost-to-serve analysis
highlighting areas for profit improvement.

Sebastien Colette (Facilitator) (Director of S2C Professional Services)

Sebastien Colette (Facilitator)

Director of S2C Professional Services

Sebastien is the director and principal consultant at S2C Professional Services specialising in Data Analytics and Data-driven decisions enablement. Sebastien has over 25 years of experience in I.T. across multiple industries such as Corporate Banking, Automotive, Telco, and Mining. He worked in France, London and Hong Kong before settling down in Australia for 21 years, Melbourne first and then Brisbane.