Monday, 20 September 2021 15:30

Ivory moves to Atturra as GM


Atturra has appointed Estelle Ivory to the role of general manager, business applications within its Microsoft cloud and applications business unit.

"Estelle Ivory is the ideal person to help lead Atturra's microsoft cloud and applications business unit as it moves from strength to strength, delivering a full spectrum of end-to-end IT services and a new standard of excellence to clients," said Atturra Microsoft cloud and applications business unit executive general manager Greg Mace.

"As part of her role, Estelle Ivory will be primarily focused on building the Atturra Microsoft cloud and applications team, capabilities, knowledge, and go-to-market offerings in both the Dynamics 365 and Power Platform space. With her extensive expertise leading and working with diverse and high-performing teams, and strong relationships with Microsoft, we're excited to see what Estelle will achieve in this new role and are thrilled to have her join the team."

Ivory joins the company from Optus where she worked as a client delivery director after spending more than 10 years at Microsoft, most recently as consulting practice lead.

She previously worked for Volante as client executive relationship manager, and as a branch manager at Manpower.

"This is an exciting time for Atturra as it continues to grow in the Australian market, and I am pleased to join such a strong and passionate team," said Ivory.

"Atturra is a highly successful organisation with an experienced team of professionals focused on delivering specialism at scale to its clients. I'm thrilled at the opportunity to join Atturra to help further establish it as the leading local advisory technology specialist."

Ivory will also will be a part of Atturra's partnerships with Women in ITC (WIC), Women Rising, and Code like a Girl.

Atturra's key clients include the Department of Agriculture, Water, and the Environment; the Department of Defence; and the Department of Health.

Until very recently the company was known as FTS Group.

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