Menu
Stellar Consulting expands Wellington presence with director hire

Stellar Consulting expands Wellington presence with director hire

Based in Wellington, Turnbull returns to the Kiwi market following roles in the UK and South Africa

Luke Turnbull (Stellar Consulting)

Luke Turnbull (Stellar Consulting)

Stellar Consulting has appointed Luke Turnbull as a consulting director, tasked with expanding the solution provider’s capabilities across central and southern regions in New Zealand.

Based at the company’s Wellington offices, Turnbull returns to the Kiwi market following business analyst roles at Reuters in Barclays in the UK, alongside consultant positions at Standard Chartered Bank, Old Mutual and Principa Decisions in South Africa.

Hailing from the South Island, Turnbull is a graduate of the University of Canterbury and Massey University, having started career at ANZ Bank in Auckland and Wellington.

“We’re delighted to welcome Luke back home to New Zealand,” Stellar general manager, Nicholas Glanfield, said.

“He brings in-depth international experience in IT, product design, data-driven credit risk and marketing best practice throughout the customer lifecycle. He has implemented highly successful growth and product strategies at the largest banks, insurers and retailers in South Africa.”

According to Glanfield, Turnbull’s appointment further deepens Stellar’s delivery capabilities in the Wellington market specifically.

“His ability to understand, then translate ministerial requirements into operational solutions will ensure Stellar is able to provide even more far reaching transformational change through advanced use of business intelligence and analytics,” he added.

Effectively immediately, Turnbull is tasked with helping customers extract value from data, assisting organisations using analytics to improve internal and customer-facing decisions.

“I am excited about joining Stellar as it gives me the opportunity to help organisations in the public and private sectors get more value out of their data and improve their decision making,” Turnbull added.

“By overlaying a predictive element, there is further opportunity to positively influence tactical and strategic decisions to benefit Stellar’s customers and, in turn, their customers.”

Headquartered in Auckland, with offices in Wellington and Tauranga, Stellar provides expertise across four core service areas, spanning strategy, data, analytics and intelligence.

From an end-user perspective, the business counts Auckland Council, Microsoft and Fletcher Building as key customers in New Zealand.


Follow Us

Join the newsletter!

Or

Sign up to gain exclusive access to email subscriptions, event invitations, competitions, giveaways, and much more.

Membership is free, and your security and privacy remain protected. View our privacy policy before signing up.

Error: Please check your email address.

Tags dataanalyticsStellar Consulting

Featured

Slideshows

Ingram Micro maintains Showcase 2018 momentum in Wellington

Ingram Micro maintains Showcase 2018 momentum in Wellington

Ingram Micro maintained Showcase 2018 momentum in Wellington, hosting more than 40 vendors at TSB Arena. Under the banner of Leading the Way, the event demonstrated what’s new, what’s next and how it can be used to improve business and everyday life.

Ingram Micro maintains Showcase 2018 momentum in Wellington
Ingram Micro launches Showcase 2018 in Christchurch

Ingram Micro launches Showcase 2018 in Christchurch

Ingram Micro kickstarted Showcase 2018 in Christchurch, hosting more than 40 vendors at Horncastle Arena. Under the banner of Leading the Way, the event demonstrated what’s new, what’s next and how it can be used to improve business and everyday life.

Ingram Micro launches Showcase 2018 in Christchurch
Data breach notification laws in NZ: How can partners prepare?

Data breach notification laws in NZ: How can partners prepare?

This exclusive Reseller News Roundtable outlined the responsibilities facing security partners today, assessing risk while evaluating the role of the vendor in providing added layers of protection.

Data breach notification laws in NZ: How can partners prepare?
Show Comments