Former QLD Crime and Corruption Commission CIO joins Procensol

Takes on an advisory role.

Appian specialist and intelligent automation provider, Procensol Australia has appointed Jacob Formann in an advisory capacity to continue the company’s growth plans for Australia.

Up until May 2019, Jacob Formann the CIO for the Queensland Government Crime and Corruption Commission, a role he held from July 2018 until May 2019. At the Commission he also held the position of program manager, from July 2017 until August 2019.

Since leaving the Commission Formann has been providing management and technology advice in Queensland and the broader Australian marketplace.

Formann was previously a co-founder of Queensland management and technology consultancy, Business Aspect and throughout his career has led numerous technology and business transformation programs across government, corporate and the not for profit sectors.

Dan Cooke, managing director at Procensol Australia said Formann has a “strong pedigree” in growing a professional services business and in leading transformational change for clients.

“He is a trusted C-suite advisor and brings valuable insights into the digital and business challenges our clients are facing,” said Cooke. “He will play an important role in helping Procensol Australia to continue our growth and ensure we are providing the right solutions to our clients.”

Formann joins Procensol Australia in an advisory capacity and will work closely with the Australian managing director, business development and marketing teams.

“Procensol has a strong client and project portfolio in Australia and their intelligent automation offering that combines business transformation expertise, business process management, robotics process automation and artificial intelligence solutions is exactly what the market needs at the moment,” he said.



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