Stockland is pleased to announce the appointment of Robyn Elliott to the new position of Chief Technology and Innovation Officer (CTIO), forming part of the Executive Team and reporting directly to the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Mark Steinert.
Mark Steinert said: “Innovation and technology are key focus areas at Stockland, and over the past two years we’ve significantly increased our investment in digitising our business and driving innovation projects and initiatives to help improve customer experience and grow our business.
“The creation of this executive level position, the opportunity to capitalise on the synergies between innovation and technology, and the experience Robyn brings will further enhance our ability to progress commercial outcomes from innovation projects. It will also position us to use technology to further improve the mobility and flexibility of our workforce, enhancing customer service and the competitive advantage of our business.”
Robyn Elliott has extensive experience managing IT and innovation at large corporates in Australia, most recently in the role of CIO at Fairfax where she led the customer-centred design and agile development of digital products. Prior to that, she spent 12 years as CIO at Foxtel. Robyn has completed the Strategy and Innovation Executive Program at MIT and has an MBA in Technology Management. She has been involved in a number of innovation initiatives including the Australian Financial Review mobile app, Domain, goodfood, Traveller and Fairfax Events.
The CTIO will be responsible for leading Innovation and Information Technology at Stockland.