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ACS Queensland Rockhampton Regional Roadshow: Exploring Local Digital Transformation Journeys

Join the ACS Queensland Central Queensland Chapter for a local panel event, featuring leading tech industry perspectives on the future of Digital Transformation in Rockhampton and opportunities for tech employment, upskilling and investment.

Registration End Date: Tue, 21 Jun, 05:00 PM

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  • where

  • Customs House, Smart Hub
    208 Quay Street
    Rockhampton QLD 4700
  • when

  • Event Start: Thu, 23 Jun, 05:00 PM
    Event Finish: Thu, 23 Jun, 08:00 PM
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<span style="font-size: 11pt;"><span><span style="font-family: Calibri,sans-serif;">Join the ACS Queensland Central Queensland Chapter for a local panel event, featuring leading tech industry perspectives on the future of Digital Transformation in Rockhampton and opportunities for tech employment, upskilling and investment. Hear and understand the impact digital transformation is making on the local economy particularly with respect to sectors such as agriculture, education, mining, and IT managed service, with panelists sharing their respective journeys.<br><br>Complimentary canapes and drinks will be served to support a great night of networking for the local ICT profession.</span></span></span><br><br><strong>The ACS QLD Regional Roadshow is proudly sponsored by: </strong><br><br><img alt="User-added image" src="https://id.acs.org.au/servlet/servlet.ImageServer?id=0150o00000HtkTz&amp;oid=00D90000000o5NE&amp;lastMod=1644217809000"></img><br> 

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Emerging technology monitoring (EMRG) -> Level 4

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Matthew Roy Pidgeon

Matthew Roy Pidgeon

Deputy Vice President Digital Services, Central Queensland University

Experienced CIDO with an extensive history of working in the higher education industry. Skilled in Digital Transformation, IT Strategy, Leadership development, and Business change. Passionate about industry collaboration and contributing to CAUDIT, QUDIT, and QCIF at the board level, and chairing the Capricorn ICT /Rockhampton ACS branch. 
 

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Panellist

Brendan Hooper

Brendan Hooper

Coordinator Information Systems, Rockhampton Regional Council

I am the Coordinator of the Information Systems Unit at Rockhampton Regional Council which incorporates Information Technology and Records Management functions. With over 25 years IT experience in local government, I have seen many changes and disruptions. From the transition from monochrome mainframe terminals to PCs, right through to the proliferation of mobile devices.

I have been involved in numerous projects transitioning manual processes into information systems that provide efficiencies and more readily available information for decision making.

The way that Council conducts its business internally and externally with the public has changed dramatically over years and continues to do so. The continued push towards the paperless office and the flexible access to systems in a secure manner continue to be high priority items.

I am excited to share my perspective on digital transformation journeys.
 

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Panellist

Nyree Johnson

Nyree Johnson

Small Business Owner & Manager, Johnson’s 4WD Repair shop and Workforce Planning Advisor, Energy QLD

Nyree Johnson is a small business owner and manager in the Rockhampton region, a dedicated community volunteer. Nyree also has a fulfilling career in the electricity industry, working as a Workforce Planning Advisor, focusing heavily on resource management and skills, as well as customer contact technology and telephony.

Nyree focuses on leveraging technology in the world of small business to create efficiency, enhance operations and enable scalability.

To connect with Nyree, find her social links at www.nyreejohnson.com.au

 

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Panellist

Trent Jones

Trent Jones

Technical Lead/ Solutions Architect, CQ University 

While in this role I have taken on many responsibilities such as Senior Analyst, Lead Developer, Team Lead and I am currently a technical lead for the Digital Journey Experience products.

I am an advocate for product driven development, building a strong team that can work efficiently. I consider success as a leader if I grow my team to the point where they don’t need me but want to follow me instead.

While I believe I have really strong technical skills I pride myself on the ability to bring clients and business areas along with the journey to digital transformation. Showing them how we can use processes and systems to remove redundancy and delivery valuable experiences to end users.

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Panellist

Katie Gardner

Katie Gardner

Owner/Founder, Best Rated Transport

Networking, marketing, sales and tech is my passion!
I’m a female founder in a heavily male dominated industry. 

I created a unique one-of-a-kind 7-Point Comparison website, for customers looking to move goods around Australia. I’ve built my business over 4 years. No day is the same.  

Starting in Country Queensland, I use digital technology to create better user experiences. 
I believe you lead from the front and consolidate when necessary.

To connect with me, please visit www.bestratedtransport.com.au
 

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Panellist

Rick Hospers

Rick Hospers

Regional Business Lead, Central QLD, nbn Local

Rick has works in the Telecommunications industry for the past 38 years, as a technician, Sales executive, Sales Manager and for the past 4 months as Regional Business Lead for NBN Local since November.

During this time he has been based solely in the Central Queensland Region, based in Mackay and looking after Regional Customers throughout the Mackay, Whitsunday and Isaac regions.

The primary aim for all the roles he has held is to deliver telecommunication and IT solutions to Large Enterprise, Local Government and small-medium customers to improve business processes and productivity through the adoption of technology.

This extensive experience has helped him to be a trusted advisor to Businesses throughout the Central Queensland region. 
 

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Michael Green

Michael Green

Director and Principle Advisor, Techtegic Pty Ltd

Michael Green is the founding Director and Principal Advisor for Techtegic Pty Ltd.
Having previously led numerous business transformation projects for large, medium, and small businesses.
Michael brings a passion for innovation and continual improvement to business practices supported by information technologies.
Michael current focus is to increase the digital maturity for business owners and managers to allow them to focus on business outcomes and sustainable growth.
 

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208 Quay Street,Rockhampton,QLD,Australia

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