Joshua Bartlett, Southern Region Manager at OpenText hosted a roundtable discussion at the 2017 CIO Leaders Summit Australia on ‘Digital disruption’. We live in a time of unprecedented technological disruption. From wearable technology to the Internet of Things, and how Analytics plays a part, disruption is impacting every facet of the enterprise and changing the rules of business. It’s no longer enough to just adopt and adapt. You have to disrupt. With information at the heart of this digital and technology disruption, organisations need strategies to drive their transformation to a digital enterprise. OpenText highlighted the full story on how their transformative new technology could help your company simplify processes, accelerate business and soar above the competition.
Joshua is member of the Enterprise Sales Business Unit at OpenText™ Corporation (NASDAQ: OTEX, TSX: OTC). OpenText’s Enterprise Information Management solutions unite people, processes and content, helping organisations empower their business users, control costs & risk to enable an agile digital enterprise. Josh brings over a decade’s worth of experience in the enterprise information management space having worked with organisations across a variety of industry verticals ranging from Public Sector through to Energy, Oil and Gas to help them realise their digital objectives. In 2014 Josh was engaged to lead the New Zealand operation for OpenText and was responsible for setting the strategy, leading the sales & marketing efforts and delivering successful business outcomes for the New Zealand Government under the Enterprise Content Management as a Service Common Capability agreement. Josh takes an outcome based approach with his clients’ recognising the challenges the information worker faces in today’s increasingly complex digital work environment, providing them with industry expertise at both an operational and organisational level with the primary objective of helping clients’ maximise the benefits of a holistic enterprise information management strategy.