Data#3’s Business Aspect has appointed Kristian Hanlon as territory partner for New South Wales.
Hanlon joins Business Aspect’s senior leadership team and will be responsible for the local team and growing business development and sales of consulting services as well as liaising with Data#3.
He takes the position over from David Lennon, managing partner of Business Aspect, who has been filling in for the position in the interim since July 2018.
Prior to his appointment, Hanlon worked at Oakton as an executive general manager, Enterprise Architects as a director of client services delivery, FromHereOn as director of client services and spent six years at SMS Management and Technology, working as a general manager for consulting and advisory services and a practice manager for business performance improvement.
“Hanlon’s extensive depth and breadth of experience and knowledge will be a tremendous asset to the team and customers will reap the benefits of his expertise in this challenging and ever-changing era,” Lennon said.
“Technology growth in New South Wales is being driven by customers’ pursuit of digital transformation. More than ever, these customers need assistance with navigating the complexities of organisational and technological transformation, from planning through to stakeholder management and the delivery of services.”
Hanlon’s appointment is the latest in a number of Business Aspect senior executive positions targeting specific Australian states and territories, which include Mark Watt, partner for Queensland, Greg Field, partner for federal government, ACT and strategy and operations, David Smith, partner for Victoria and Ian Christie, territory principal for Western Australia.