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Richard G Froehlich, Director/Fractional Chief Information Officer of RGF & Associates Pty Ltd

Richard is the Director/Fractional Chief Information Officer of RGF & Associates Pty Ltd who are based in Brisbane and are providers of ICT strategies and services.

Richard is a change enabler, whose communications is his strength and a key factor in his ability to empower people and deliver results.  He graduated with a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) Computer Science from the University of Adelaide and is a certified professional of both the Australian Computer Society and Australasian Interim Executive Association.

Richard brings over 25 years experience within Information and Communication Technology, his areas of expertise include: technology management advice, efficiency & improvement review, strategy & business justification, project delivery, process, planning, risk and governance alignment and ICT procurement.

Richard became an executive committee member of the Brisbane North Chamber of Commerce in November 2016, and ads “being a member of the BNCC allows me to meet and connect with a great group of energetic and driven business people who are all striving for success.”

Richard’s recent involvement in community project includes volunteering his professional services at the Project Management Day of Service, QLD helping Camp Quality achieve their goals. 

If you would like to organise a consultation with Richard to discuss ICT strategies for your business that will deliver long term commercial benefits phone 0491 156 741 or email richard@rgfa.com.au.

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