1WordFlow strengthens Advisory Board with new appointments and Chair

1WordFlow strengthens Advisory Board with new appointments and Chair

1WordFlow has announced the appointment of Jennifer Harrison, Simon Wilkins and David Krawitz to its Advisory Board and the elevation of Robert King to the role of Chair.

This follows the decision of John Anschau, John Gallu and Mark Veyret (former Chair) to step down, having contributed valued counsel to the co-founders and executive of 1WordFlow in their service on the Advisory Board in previous years.

Sharing the business background to these changes, 1WordFlow Co-Founder & CEO Bruce Wren said, “This year, we’ve proven the policies & procedures use case for our technology and we’ve started working on procurement. Currently in development we have a regtech product that will transform regulatory compliance. We’ve strategically targeted our go-to-market priorities and the changes to our Advisory Board will provide senior support for our next phase of growth.”

Robert King assumes the role of Advisory Board Chair. King has experience as a financial services executive and Non-Executive Director, with a background in retail banking, asset finance, insurance and wealth management. “I’m both honoured and delighted to step into Mark’s shoes and lead the Advisory Board to support Bruce and Caroline in the next phase of growth,” said King.

Jennifer Harrison is a public relations and media professional with industry expertise in finance, law, property and technology. She is an advocate for the Australian innovation ecosystem and a well-respected mentor at Stone & Chalk in Sydney.

Simon Wilkins is an experienced business leader with extensive board experience. As a former CEO in the legal publishing sector, Simon brings deep knowledge and strategic capability in digital content, online publishing, information management and regtech.

David Krawitz is a former Chief Operating and Transformation Officer of the Australian arm of a tier 1 global insurance company. He has extensive experience of delivering comprehensive digital transformations and deep domain knowledge in insurance.

Co-Founder & COO of 1WordFlow, Caroline Trotman, expressed her excitement for the new Advisory Board appointments and their commitment to continue scaling up the organisation as well as elevating 1WordFlow’s digitalisation impact. “I love that our new Advisory Board members want to challenge the analogue status quo in some big industries like financial services, health and government,” she said.

1WordFlow is an Australian technology company specialising in information management including creating virtual documents for financial services – policies, procedures, standards, guidelines, manuals, regulation and more – making all the critical documents that support decision making available in digital web format on demand on any device.