See you at Summit!

Insentra is proud to be a Gold sponsor at Microsoft Summit 2017, taking place in Sydney from 14-17 November 2017 at the International Convention Centre (ICC) in Darling Harbour.

Insentra CEO, Ronnie Altit will be on stage on Tuesday, Nov 14 discussing why Culture is the Heart of Partnering!

Recently awarded fourth in the Best Places to Work, Insentra CEO, Ronnie Altit, believes that an organisation’s culture is paramount to running a successful business.

Historically, the channel has forged a reputation as an industry based on cut-throat competition between partners, built on a precarious foundation of trust. Yet today, in an area of new technologies and emerging workforces, highly specialised businesses are evolving, with collaboration now viewed as a viable means of survival and success in the market. Built out of a desire to enhance the way the channel does business, Insentra’s partner only model reinforces why being #partnerobsessed is the way of the future.

In this presentation and Q&A, Ronnie will discuss the impact an organisation’s internal culture has on the ability to deliver successful business outcomes for you and your clients.

If you happen to miss the session, don’t panic! Team Insentra will be at Summit all week and are looking forward to seeing you all at our #PARTNEROBSESSED booth in the exhibition area.

ABOUT RONNIE:

Ronnie Altit
CEO, Insentra

Ronnie Altit is changing the corporate culture landscape. As the founder of Insentra, a global IT Services business, Ronnie has always dared to be different. His vision is to create an outstanding workplace where his people can be the best versions of themselves, love the work they do and amaze each other and their clients every day. Recently awarded in the Top 10 Best Places to Work, Ronnie believes that an organisation’s culture is paramount to running a successful business. His approach to corporate culture is simple and based on transparency, honesty and creating an open environment where his team can flourish. Under Ronnie’s leadership, Insentra has been awarded Job Advisors Top 20 Coolest Company in Tech, CRN Fast 50, BRW Fast Starters and CRN Editors Award. Prior to starting Insentra, Ronnie worked for an investment bank reaching CIO for Australia and then as General Manager with a global systems integrator. Ronnie is regularly called upon by the media as a spokesperson for entrepreneurship, leadership and corporate culture. He has been featured in BRW, The Huffington Post, The Collective Magazine, Dynamic Business, and The Financial Review.

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