New Appointment for ICT Org
10 September 2012 at 12:47 pm
Not for Profit community technology organisation, Infoxchange, has appointed Marcus Harvey to take on the appointment of Consulting and ICT Services Manager.
“I’m thrilled to join Infoxchange and be a part of their excellent work increasing digital proficiency in the community sector,” Harvey said.
“I really look forward to expanding the scope and capacity of the ICT Services team, working with our diverse range of clients and building upon the many valuable initiatives that the team has already delivered, providing even greater value to the sector.”
CEO of Infoxchange Peter Walton said that Harvey will complement Infoxchange’s approach to solutions for Not for Profits.
“Marcus’ skills and experience in ICT consultancy and service delivery will be of immense benefit to the sector and will help organisations to embrace and action best practice ICT,” Walton said.
Harvey has more than 20 years of ICT expertise, including six years as a management consultant. Previous roles include working as a Principal Consultant at Nous Group, where he led a wide range of consulting engagements including business case and strategy development, benchmarking and writing good-practice guides for the community sector.
He has also worked as a Senior e-Health Advisor with the National Prescribing Service, a Program Delivery Manager at the Transport Accident Commission and with IBM as a Transition Manager.
Infoxchange has been providing ICT support to the not-for-profit sector for over two decades. The ICT Services team has an in-depth understanding of the best way to assist community organisations to boost their digital proficiency and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of service delivery through ICT consultancy, management, auditing and support services.