Western Australia’s only e-health conference, HITWA 2014 brings together a diverse range of industry professionals and academics to share their knowledge and stories. International, national and state-wide leaders and thinkers will use HITWA as a forum.
This year's conference theme, 'Leadership and education: Encouraging innovative technologies for improving healthcare' aims to inform attendees about leading, encouraging, educating and engaging with health workforce colleagues in collaboratively designing and building better healthcare services by incorporating innovative technologies into service delivery models.
Joshua Boys, Director at Ignia is honoured to be invited to deliver a keynote address at the conference to share lessons learned around successfully transforming other industries through the application of innovative technologies.
In his presentation, Joshua will discuss the unique approach taken to deliver a complex business intelligence project, which has gained attention in the industry with a number of wins in various IT award programs.
According to Joshua, "Over seventy percent of business intelligence projects fail to deliver business value. To avoid being included in this statistic, we must learn how to apply contemporary techniques to deliver quick and tangible results."
HITWA 2014 will be held at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre on Friday, November 7. Registrations are available online at http://www.hisa.org.au/page/hitwa2014register
About Joshua Boys Possessing a unique blend of technical knowledge coupled with a deep understanding of business processes and needs Joshua has been consulting both locally and internationally for over 10 years, specialising in Cloud and Mobile Computing, Business Engagement and Emerging Technologies. Joshua’s passion lies in innovating outdated and cumbersome processes and solving complex business problems with modern technology. Joshua has founded several tech startups, is a published writer and the recipient of the AIIA eGovernment Award for the innovative design of a Government Line of Business Application.
In his current role as Director, Joshua led Ignia, a Perth consultancy firm, to being named as Microsoft’s Enterprise Partner of the Year in 2014 and the 8th company on the BRW Best Places to Work in Australia list. Joshua is often asked to present to clients and other technologies companies on trending topics around innovation through Microsoft technologies and share industry insights at events across Australia.
About Ignia Ignia provides cloud and mobile solutions to the mining, oil & gas and government sectors. With a strong focus on the Microsoft platform and MS cloud technologies, Ignia has a successful track record of delivering award winning solutions to clients that include Rio Tinto, BHP, Fortescue Metals, Western Power, Department of Housing, WA Police and the WA Department of Health. For more information, please contact email@example.com
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