Business Aspect grows team with three new principal consultants

25 October 2021 Consultancy.com.au 2 min. read
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Queensland-based business and technology consultancy Business Aspect has over the past weeks strengthened its team with three highly experienced consultants. 

Andrew Ferguson

Appointed a Principal Consultant, Ferguson is an accomplished program and project manager with 25 years of experience in delivery of ICT projects across a diverse range of clients including in the government, finance, logistics and transportation, mining and resources sectors.

He has gained experience across all areas of the project lifecycle, from business case development and initiation to design, procurement and contract management, delivery, go-live and closure. Alongside managing some of Business Aspect’s most complex client projects, he is also the Lead of the firm’s Program and Project Delivery practice.

Business Aspect grows team with three new principal consultants

Brett Ogilvie

Appointed a Principal Consultant and based in Business Aspect’s Brisbane office, Ogilvie brings nearly two decades of experience in It security and cyber to the firm, including running his own security consulting business for a number of years along with a career with multinationals and consulting organisations. 

He specialises in the industrial control systems and operational technology security domain, which is a growing area for the firm, said Business Aspect’s Managing Partner for Cyber Security, Brendon Taylor. “Particularly with our expanding mining and energy customer base and with the increasingly stringent regulatory environment around critical infrastructure and information security in general.” 

Mark Mancq

Appointed a Principal Consultant in the Digital & ICT Advisory team, Sydney-based Mancq focuses on helping clients in the health, energy, government and utilities sectors with the execution of their digital transformation agenda. He ha extensive experience with the development of IT programs, roadmaps and business cases, project execution, and change management.

During his career 25+ year career, he has held roles including CIO, IT Line Manager, Program Manager, Global Services Manager and Consulting Manager with major IT service providers (NTT, DXC Technology, CSC), technology companies (HP) and management consultancies (PwC Consulting).

Founded in 2005, Business Aspect is a consultancy specialised in the delivery of digital transformation projects. The firm – a subsidiary of Data#3 – has a team of over 60 consultants working from offices in Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne and Perth.