Matt Maw

Matt Maw

Field Chief Technology Officer

Matt Maw has been driving digital change across a variety of industries and organisations for over 20 years.  These changes have had foundational impact to the organisations that he has been involved in and have profoundly changed for the better both organisational outcomes and customer satisfaction.

These changes have been delivered from all sides of the delivery continuum.  Matt has been a senior IT owner within organisations, including being the CTO of Tatts Group, one of the world’s largest gaming and gambling organisations.  He has also delivered change at Dimension Data (now NTT), a global system integrator, as a client delivery executive responsible for the largest data centre outsourcing client in Australia.

Matt has moved to the vendor community for the last number of years – most recently as a senior manager at VMware, delivering digital change across a vast array of customers.  Matt has now joined Nutanix as the Field CTO for ANZ region, to bring his broad experiences to a new customer base, interested in taking the next step in their digital revelation.

Appearing at
FST Gov Victoria
5 October - 6 October 2021
  • Virtual Conference
Simplification, Automation & Digitalisation The next decade will bring forth not only an evolution but also a revolution for Australia’s financial institutions. The most successful organisations will be those that can buttress their tech infrastructure to withstand the pressures of...
FST Gov South Australia
3 December - 4 December 2020
  • Virtual Conference
FST Government South Australia 2020 returns as a special Digital Summit exclusively for our SA Public Sector audience on 3-4 December 2020. South Australia is fast shaping as the nation’s technology and innovation powerhouse. As the venerable heart of Australia’s agritech and...
FST Gov Australia
18 November - 19 November 2020
  • Virtual Conference
Today, eGovernment is no mere afterthought; it is an expectation among Australia’s tech-savvy citizenry. This is no accident. It is testament to the states’ progressive adoption of digital infrastructure and e-services across the public sector – an ambition readily embraced...