Benjamin has over 20 years’ experience in providing ICT solutions and support, he has worked across a range of industries for many clients; primarily government (Defence, Law Enforcement and Territory/State Government).
Benjamin’s experience involves reviewing existing operations, assessing and implementing new technologies, migrating & consolidating disparate IT infrastructures and leading bids to increase services delivered by private enterprise. He has played many lead roles in the IT solution lifecycle, including project scoping and delivery, technical design, solutions design, implementation, and ongoing support. Benjamin is focused on aligning a business’ digital strategy with their overall business strategy; usually kept at arm’s length from each other.
Benjamin has worked closely with the Executive Management Teams in the businesses he has been employed by or consulted to, ensuring the alignment of the overall strategic direction throughout. Benjamin’s career philosophy is to promote the understanding that digital technologies provide the means that enable people to transform businesses and society, rather than being the transformation.
Benjamin is the Chair of the NT Branch of the Australian Computer Society. A national Management Committee governs the Australian Computer Society; assisted by a National Congress, eight State and Territory Branch Executive Committees, and three expert advisory boards – the Member Advisory Board (MAB), the Profession Advisory Board (PAB), and the Technical Advisory Board (TAB). In addition to holding the position of Branch Chair, Benjamin represents the NT on the MAB, National Fellows Committee, Treasury Reference Group as well as ACS Congress.