ACL’s President and CEO, Laurie Schultz, will be visiting Australia in October. Laurie, along with members of ACL’s upper management team, plans to use the opportunity to meet some customers and gain a better understanding on the Australian market and the role which ACL plays.
Satori Group will be running two breakfast seminars – in Sydney and Brisbane – in late October, where our customers are invited to meet Laurie, and hear about ACL’s roadmap for moving forward. Satori Group’s Managing Director Gavin Steinberg will also provide information on new ACL product updates.
The breakfast sessions will be a great opportunity to meet the main influencer of ACL’s recent success, as well as catch up on the latest from their product development. It will also be a great chance to meet your peers and fellow ACL users to share ideas and insights.
Details of the two events are:
Sydney – 29th October, 2015
The Grace Hotel, 77 York Street, Sydney CBD
Time: 8am – 10:30 am
Brisbane – 30th October, 2015
The Hilton Brisbane, 190 Elizabeth Street, Brisbane CBD
Time: 8am – 10:30am
Both of these sessions are free. If you would like to attend, please contact Pat at Satori Group on (02) 9667 3866, or alternatively at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Laurie’s bio: Laurie Schultz, President and CEO, is responsible for leading the transformation of ACL’s global business mobilising talent toward category disruption and double digit growth. With over 20 years of experience in software and technology sectors, Laurie has led 12 multi-million dollar software P&Ls spanning the personal finance, small business accounting, Saas, ERP, Business Intelligence, and GRC categories. Holding prior leadership positions with Sage, Intuit, KMPG, and Telus, Laurie has both doubled revenues and doubled profits by empowering change and relentlessly focusing on the “right critical few”.
Laurie is a recognised industry leader and was featured as one of Canada’s Top 20 Women in the OT Channel and in the Top 100 Women in the North American Channel. She is also a recipient of the Minerva Foundation for BC Women “Excellence in Leadership” award, a bronze medal winner for Female Executive of the Tear from the Stevie Awards for Women in Business, and the 2014 Women of Influence award from Business in Vancouver.
Laurie holds a MBA and Bachelor of Commerce degree, both from the University of Alberta. She is Chair of the Board for Vancouver’s Dress For Success – a not for profit organisation committed to helping low or no income women to transition into the workforce, and also serves on the Board of the British Columbia Technology Industry Association (BCTIA) where she Chair’s the BCTIA Software C-Council – a CEO group committed to growing the footprint of software in British Columbia.