Aldrich Ekin, Daniel Buzacott and Tim Stockbridge join Apis

17 May 2020 2 min. read
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Accenture subsidiary Apis has in recent months welcomed three new consultants to its team. 

Daniel Buzacott joined the public sector focused consulting firm as a Senior Consultant, having come from the higher education sector. He previously worked three years for Monash University in the technology domain. Most recently, he was responsible for the delivery of IT solutions within the ‘Shared and Campus Services’ domain, leading a team of 40+ staff under his line management.

Before that, Buzacott worked for four years as a data scientist at Purchasing Index Australia and three years as a data analyst at mining giant BHP Billiton. 

At Apis, Buzacott will help government clients with data management and transformation delivery. “I've joined Apis to make a difference. I want to work on interesting challenges, and with clients and partners who make a real difference to the community. I'd like to stretch and grow myself, and believe that Apis is the right place for me to learn, grow, and develop,” he said. 

Daniel Buzacott, Aldrich Ekin, Tim Stockbridge - ApisAldrich Ekin joined as a Consultant, bring a professional services background to the table. “I joined Apis while I was actively looking for a great team, culture and social impact projects to work on. From first contact, I was convinced that Apis was a fantastic fit,” he said. Reflecting on the three months since joining, “I’m delighted that I was absolutely right!” 

Ekin previously worked for as an independent consultant focused on the design and of value propositions. He delivered projects at among others management consultancy Internal Consulting Group, training provider Academy Xi and banking giant Westpac. Before that, Ekin worked as a business designer at RMIT University. 

In his new role at Apis, he will help to improve the experience of members of the public who interact with federal government. 

Tim Stockbridge joined as a Managing Consultant, having come from a program management background within federal government. He has 25 years advising organisations on the effective design, organisation and delivery of digital products and services, as well as project management, under his belt. 

He worked the past two years for the government’s Digital Transformation Agency, and previously he served the Australian Taxation Office for a decade. On his new challenge, he said: “I joined Apis to work alongside top government business specialists, and to continue my own professional development. I’m looking forward to contributing to the design and delivery of superior outcomes for government and the community.”

Earlier this year, Canberra-based Apis added six consultants to its team.