Big picture - Why invest in archTIS Ltd
archTIS Ltd Snapshot
archTIS was established to resolve a critical global problem – The need to share information securely
Kojensi Gov is a Secure Content and Collaboration Cloud Service, which offers a combination of enterprise content management capabilities, collaboration tools and workflows. Hosted within an ASD accredited PROTECTED cloud environment, Kojensi Gov offers in-built government-compliant data classification (PSPF) and meets information management standards and security (ISM) requirements.
Information available in remote areas and times of crisis can help personnel to better respond to issues and emergencies. Kojensi Field, a standalone appliance-based product for mobile deployment or isolated teams, allows personnel to access the most accurate and up-to-date information to make informed decisions.
Organisations have high value and sensitive information which, placed in the wrong hands, can result in loss of IP and competitive advantage, and privacy and security breaches. Kojensi Cloud offers customers a low risk means for providing inter-organisational collaboration spaces, increasing productivity, speeding decision making and automating key business processes.
Being able to access work and information on the go is important. Kojensi App gives you secure access to the Kojensi Cloud Platform on your mobile devices so that you can continue working from wherever you are and dynamically respond to changing circumstances.
DataKloak is a centralised management solution that orchestrates access to enterprise content systems and devices. It enables organisations to dynamically manage and enforce conditions of access consistently across their information environment.
Last updated 5th October 2018
Professor Stephen Smith is the Chairman of the Board of Directors. He has been a Professor of Public International Law at the University of Western Australia since 2014.
Professor Smith was Federal Member for Perth for the Australian Labor Party from March 1993 until September 2013. In a distinguished career spanning 20 years in the Australian Federal Parliament, Professor Smith served as the Minister for Defence, and prior to that, as Minister for Foreign Affairs.
Following upon his retirement from the Australian Parliament in 2013, until recently Professor Smith was a member of the EY (Ernst and Young) Oceania Government and Public Sector Advisory Board (2014 – 2017) and Chair of the Asia Desk of Perth Law firm Lavan (2014 – 2017). He was on the Board of Hockey Australia from November 2013 to November 2016. Professor Smith is also currently a Member of the Board of LNG Marine Fuel Institute.
CEO and Executive Director
Daniel is the CEO of archTIS. He has extensive industry experience in successfully delivering outcomes as part of a senior executive team to both government and commercial organisations. Most importantly Daniel has direct experience in implementing organisational change to address the real challenges businesses confront today in a rapidly evolving environment.
Over his career, he has had many successes including leading the Security Enterprise Architecture for the Single Information Environment for the Department of Defence, leading enterprise change as the National Manager for Service Delivery for the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service, and restructuring and implementing enterprise ITIL services for the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service. Daniel is a regular speaker at industry events and has been featured in the Financial Review and CIO magazine.
Chief Technology Officer and Executive Director
Bruce is a Principal Consultant, CTO and Founder of archTIS. He holds a Master Degree in Business Technology (MBT), Advanced Diplomas in Computing and Radar Engineering and a Diploma of Advanced Electronics. Bruce has been involved in the creation of systems level architectures for Systems Management, Security Management, Application Management and Delivery and Information Management applications. For over 30 years Bruce has been involved in the creation, implementation and management of advanced computer security systems and capabilities. He also has over 20 years in the Australian Defence Force and a further 20 years in the commercial sector working for CA Technologies, Hitachi Data Systems, Airservices Australia and the Australian Federal Police.
Wayne is a Consultant and Non-Executive Director. He has a broad range of experience covering advice on mergers and acquisitions, arranging and underwriting project financings, privatisations, and debt and equity capital markets. Wayne previously was the Chief Financial Officer of Gindalbie Metals Ltd and prior to that the Chief Development Officer of Oakajee Port and Rail. Wayne holds a Bachelor of Business Degree and is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants.
Currently, Wayne is Head of Perth for Deutsche Bank. In the not-for-profit sector, Wayne is a committee member of the Committee for Economic Development of Australia (WA Branch), a member of the Curtin Business School of Accounting Advisory Board and a member of the University of Western Australia Audit Committee.
Leanne Graham is a Non-Executive Director at archTIS. She brings over 30 years of executive sales and technology experience, having founded a number of successful software businesses as well as being the highly successful former New Zealand General Manager and global head of sales for Xero.
Leanne is also a successful entrepreneur and co-founded Enprise Solutions and Geo-Op both NZX companies. She now runs a board advisor business focussed on early stage and established SaaS companies assisting on business strategy and execution.
Leanne’s wealth of experience in the Cloud technology and fast growth global go to market strategies will bring key skills to the Board of archTIS, a business with a highly reputable long-term success in Cyber Security, poised for high growth and international expansion with its cloud platform.
Last updated 5th October 2018
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