CEO, bBiller Pty Ltd.
Stephen has many years’ experience in technical consulting roles in Australia, Asia, Europe and America. Stephen is an experienced programmer and has held senior consulting, management and project roles. His most recent expertise is in the area of Blockchain technology. “I have a natural affinity with finance, albeit I think it is disproportionate to wealth, owing to short term thinking, This project is about adjusting distribution of equity through self-determination”, with a strong historical focus in the financial services sector; planning, designing and implementing Blockchain solutions for the Ethereum, Ripple and Altcoin markets. Stephen is the Editor for UBL Ethereum Smart Contracts at Ausdigital.org
Patrick Brodnik, Business Development, World Wide
20 years’ experience in IT. 6 years’ experience in IP. 2 years’ experience in blockchain technologies. Hold various Directorships and sit on the Board of both Private and Public Companies. Corporate Authorised Representative under Australian Investment Compliance Partners Ltd. Currently applying blockchain technologies to protect Intellectual Property with a new encrypted platform being created allowing proof of ownership as the paramount security feature.
Licia Bruce BA, Sydney, LPAD Law. Ms Bruce was admitted as solicitor in 1996 and is retained by bBiller for Legal Counsel. Ms Bruce has over 20 years experience in commercial law practice, technology and intellectual property matters.
bBiller Advisor: Crane Softwrights Ltd., Ottawa, Canada
Represented by: G. Ken Holman, CTO
Mr. G. Ken Holman is the Chief Technology Officer for Crane Softwrights Ltd., a Canadian corporation offering XSL, XSLT, XQuery and XSL-FO language training, and general SGML and XML related computer systems analysis services regarding text markup technologies to international customers. Mr. Holman is a co-editor of the Universal Business Language (UBL) 2.0 and 2.1 specifications, an invited expert to the W3C and member of the W3C Working Group that developed XML from SGML, the current Canadian chair of the ISO subcommittee responsible for e-commerce documents, a former international secretary and former Canadian chair of the ISO subcommittee responsible for the SGML family of standards, the founding chair of the OASIS XML Conformance Technical Committee, the founding chair of the OASIS XSLT/XPath Conformance Technical Committee, the founding and current chair of the OASIS Code List Representation Technical Committee, the current XML technical lead and chair of the OASIS UBL Technical Committee, the author of training videos and electronically-published and print-published books on XML-related technologies, and has often been a speaker at related conferences. Prior to establishing Crane, Mr. Holman spent over 13 years in a software development and consulting services company working in the NAPLPS and the SGML industries.
Digital Business Council
The members of the Digital Business Council include key industry bodies, software developers and representatives of Federal, State and Local government: *
Chair: Council of Small Business Australia (COSBOA)
- Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA)
- Australian Business Software Industry Association (ABSIA)
- Australian Government (ATO)
- Australian Government (Dept of Finance)
- Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA)
- Australian Local Government Association (ALGA)
- Australian Payment Clearing Association (APCA)
- Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ)
- Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS)
- Institute of Certified Bookkeepers
- NSW Government (Finance)
- Strategic Advisor
* Current as at 16 September 2016
The Digital Business Council, with the support of the Australian Taxation Office and the Federal Department of Industry Innovation and Science, has established a national e-invoicing framework with a view to improving productivity for Australian business.
Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) is not new but has seen relatively slow uptake outside of a few industry sectors where implementations have centered around a small number of non-interoperable supply chain hubs. Total penetration of e-invoicing in Australia is around 15%.
In order to facilitate broad scale adoption, the Digital Business Council has established a technical working group at ausdigital.org that aims to leverage modern ubiquitous web standards such as REST, JSON, and OAuth to deliver a low cost peer-to-peer framework that can bring the benefits of end-to-end invoicing automation to all Australian businesses whilst maintaining interoperability with legacy EDI networks.
REST-JSON Working Group Digital Business Council Secretariat Australian Business Register Canberra, ACT 2600
Supply Chain and Logistics Association of Australia
bBiller is a member of The Supply Chain and Logistics Association of Australia (SCLAA) is Australia’s largest association for Supply Chain and Logistics professionals and practitioners. With over 5,500 members and industry contacts, the SCLAA has the proven history, governance framework, established representation, value for money and strategic reach. Working Committees in ACT / Southern NSW, New South Wales, Victoria/ Tasmania, South Australia / NT, Queensland and Western Australia each led by Division (State) President.
INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS COMMITTEE
OASIS is a nonprofit consortium that drives the development, convergence and adoption of open standards for the global information society.
OASIS promotes industry consensus and produces worldwide standards for security, Internet of Things, cloud computing, energy, content technologies, emergency management, and other areas. OASIS open standards offer the potential to lower cost, stimulate innovation, grow global markets, and protect the right of free choice of technology.
OASIS members broadly represent the marketplace of public and private sector technology leaders, users and influencers. The consortium has more than 5,000 participants representing over 600 organizations and individual members in more than 65 countries.
OASIS is distinguished by its transparent governance and operating procedures. Members themselves set the OASIS technical agenda, using a lightweight process expressly designed to promote industry consensus and unite disparate efforts. Completed work is ratified by open ballot. Governance is accountable and unrestricted. Officers of both the OASIS Board of Directors and Technical Advisory Board are chosen by democratic election to serve two-year terms. Consortium leadership is based on individual merit and is not tied to financial contribution, corporate standing, or special appointment.