Griffith Hack’s Chief Information Officer named among top 50 CIOs in 2016 in Australia
28 November 2016
Griffith Hack’s Chief Information Officer Andrew Mitchell has been recognised as being among the top 50 CIOs in Australia for 2016 by CIO magazine.
The magazine says the CIO50 list recognises the top IT chiefs “who have each driven transformative change across their organisations”.
“They have all displayed the sort of leadership and innovative thinking that will place their organisations at the forefront of their respective market sectors for many years to come,” it says.
Andrew was recognised for the firm’s development of a unique online IP management platform called Amplia.
Amplia puts users in control of their trade mark portfolio with monitoring and management tools and enables them to contact Griffith Hack experts with a simple click of a mouse.
Griffith Hack has also fully automated the processing of all mail received from IP Australia and implemented a bespoke internal workflow platform that brings together four core systems into a single portal.