Scott Lawton
CEO, IT Integrity


Scott’s 26-year career in technology spans across many industries and has exposed him to organisations of all sizes during his time working for technology companies. Commencing with technical hands-on roles, Scott worked at the forefront of the industry and alongside market-leading technology manufacturers. This progressed into architecture roles before moving into consulting, project management and organisational management roles.

In 2001 Scott founded IT Integrity with an ethos to provide unbiased advice to organisations that would assist them in achieving their business objectives and overcome business issues and challenges through the use of technology. Since establishing IT Integrity, Scott has worked with Executive Leadership teams and Boards to formulate and execute award-winning Technology Strategies and Roadmaps.

Tactical Digital Maturity Investments: A Strategic Approach to IT Excellence

As technology continues to redefine the landscape of aged and community care, IT Integrity seizes the opportunity to contribute groundbreaking insights. IT Integrity, specialise in care service technology solutions, boasting an impressive 12-year track record in strategic consulting, technology project delivery, and dedicated technology support services tailored explicitly for this sector.
Our submission, titled “Tactical Digital Maturity Investments: A Strategic Approach to IT Excellence,” encapsulates the core tenets of evidence from more than 40 Care Service provider Technology Strategy Roadmaps and is designed to empower care service executives, IT professionals, and organisations in the aged and community care domain. Learn about the foundation investments that are required every single time a provider creates a Technology Strategy Roadmap and how organisations can move their technology investment from a hindrance to an enabler – ultimately driving efficiency and better outcomes across all stakeholders:

1. ICT Governance: Effective governance of information and communication technology (ICT) facilitated business engagement and ensures your investments is aimed directly at your organisational goals. Embark on a journey into the core principles of ICT governance, empowering organisations to make informed decisions, foster transparency, and align IT initiatives seamlessly with overarching strategic objectives, and achieve change outcomes.

2. Digital Maturity Baseline: To move from hindrance to enabler, understand the minimum baseline technology investment required to support a care services organisation tactically and operationally. Getting this right not only keeps the lights on and minimises disruption but is ALWAYS the pre-requisite to any major business technology initiative.

2. Foundation Architecture Management: A resilient technological foundation is the bedrock of innovation and growth. Walk away with the foundation architecture guidelines that set the ‘state of play’ for making good technology investment decisions. Gain insights into how a robust architecture enhances scalability, adaptability, and the seamless integration of emerging technologies.

4. Cyber Security Framework: In our current digital environment, every organisation is now a reachable target, and every company, large or small, has operations, brand, reputation, and revenue pipelines that are potentially at risk from a breach. Discover the fundamental facets of a robust cyber security framework, and uncover strategies to mitigate risks, fortify data protection measures, and ensure full compliance with regulatory mandates.

By participating in our presentation, you will be equipped with a sector specific tactical digital maturity plan that you can use to assess your organisation’s technology investment, ensuring that the dollars you are spending are enabling the achievement of your goals – no hindering them.