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Stakeholder and Government Expert Joins ECC

SYDNEY NSW, AUSTRALIA 25 NOVEMBER 2019: EnterpriseCreativeCloud (ECC) welcomes Ben Johnson, a seasoned stakeholder and engagement practitioner, to join the team as their Group Executive for Strategy, Engagement, and Partners.

Ross Peacock Director Digital Products, Services, and Cloud Solutions said Ben brings a wealth of experience through his specialty in business and government practices.

“Ben has held active strategic roles, supporting once-in-a-generation digital transformation for government customers.

“He was instrumental in the delivery of the Service NSW model and led the roll-out of the state-wide service centre program.  The program replaced the old RMS motor registry model with new customer values and brought digital transactions to the forefront.

“Ben’s vast experience in government will provide our clients and partners with the reassurance that we understand their business,” said Ross.

Ben Johnson describes himself as an outcomes-focused senior executive, with strong issues management skills and crisis communication experience.

“I have a broad mix of consultancy, public and private sector experience, with a demonstrated track record of transforming government agencies and businesses through driving best practice process and implementing policy improvements.

“Key projects I have worked on also include Westconnex Stage 2 and Airport Link, the Northern Beaches Hospital Redevelopment Program, plus major rail transport infrastructure and network initiatives.

“My experience has contributed to the development and delivery of effective strategies across multi-billion-dollar programs, where I managed state-wide stakeholders, communities, customers, consortiums, businesses, tiers of government and non-government entities,” said Ben.

The ECC team is pleased to welcome Ben Johnson and looks forward to the value he returns to our clients. 


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