Australia’s leading Appian specialist and Intelligent Automation provider, Procensol Australia has appointed David Barker as Director of Consulting in support of the company’s growth plans and unique “thought-to-reality” business transformation service offerings.
David Barker is an exceptionally experienced principal consultant with 30 years of practice in the global IT industry. He brings great breadth and depth of knowledge to his new role at Procensol, having consulted across a wide variety of business sectors, markets and work cultures, assisting large ‘blue chip’ organisations (public and private sector) in Australia, the UK, Europe, and around the world.
Procensol’s customers will benefit enormously from David’s background as the company continues to build out its consulting and service offerings. Uniquely in the Intelligent Automation market, Procensol offers end-to-end support for transformation projects, providing consultation and technical services over the entire project lifecycle “from thought to reality.” David’s experience will be brought to bear so that Procensol can continue to empower customers to maximise their transformation investments. In particular, David will be focusing on early-stage consultancy in areas such as investment management and prioritisation, benefits management and strategic alignment, business case development, and business process optimisation.
“With the staggering growth the industry has seen in Intelligent Automation in the last year, I’m thrilled to be working with a leading exponent of the technology,” said Barker. “I believe that my skills can benefit both current and new customers as they seek to transform their businesses.”
Procensol Managing Director Dan Cooke added, “We’re fortunate to have someone with David’s accomplishments joining our team. David is highly regarded in the industry, and his consistently excellent references are a testament to the skills, abilities and personality he brings to the organisation.
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