Albert Olley

Albert was appointed as Chief Executive in August 2010 after acting in the position since March 2010.

Before his appointment as Chief Executive, Albert was responsible for the Commercial Operations and Corporate Governance in Businesslink. This included being Company Secretary and Chief Financial Officer with responsibility for corporate governance, financial services, taxation services, payroll, business service centre (call centre), internal audit and risk management, product management, corporate services and the management of relationships with key clients and stakeholders.

Albert has significant experience in management roles with hands-on relationship management and project/program delivery, following previous employment with Westpac Banking Corporation, and Allianz, where he held the roles of Group Process Officer, managing organisation-wide process reengineering, and National Manager, Strategy Implementation Support.

Some of Albert's achievements since he joined Businesslink include the successful implementation of SAP Human Resources and Finance functions for Businesslink’s largest client; the lead and management of the key organisational transformation program to implement a whole of business product framework and unitised fee-for-service business model and the oversight of implementation of organisational risk management, fraud and corruption and Business Continuity Management strategies and plans.

Brendan Wright
Director of Strategic Programs, Public Sector & Iconic Accounts
Oracle Corporation, Australia

Brendan Wright is Director of Strategic Programs for the Public Sector and Iconic accounts in Australia at Oracle Corporation. Brendan is responsible for leading cross line of business customer engagements, through development and execution of strategic programs that define a roadmap to realise customer outcomes.

Brendan joined Oracle in 1999, in a Technology Pre-sales role. As a Technology Pre-sales consultant, Brendan was responsible for evangelizing contemporary architectures, particularly in the early market establishment of middleware. Brendan has also held several other roles in Oracle including architectural and customer responsibility for Oracle in key markets including WA and NSW Government during his career in Oracle.

Prior to his tenure at Oracle, he held a senior consulting role at QSP.

Brendan holds a bachelor’s degree in Applied Science from Victoria University.

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