Sasenka Abeysooriya

Founder & Principal Consultant at Abeygroup


Sasenka Abeysooriya is a skilled and passionate strategist, innovative thinker and strong communicator with over ten years of IT experience. He is experienced in a wide range of activities including; strategy, enterprise architecture, portfolio, program & project management, information management, risk transformation and business analysis.

Throughout his career, Sasenka has worked across a wide range of industries including ICT, health, travel, marketing, advertising, government and not-for-profit. He brings specialist expertise in the higher education industry, having worked in the sector for seven years in both Melbourne and Brisbane.

Sasenka is a non-executive advisor for AusCERT, a leading cyber emergency response team in Australasia. He is also a working group member for the higher education industry standard, Council of Australasian University Directors of Information Technology (CAUDIT) Higher Education Business Reference Model (HERM).

  • Location
    Brisbane, Australia
  • Work
    Founder & Principal Consultant, Abeygroup
  • Languages
    English, Dutch, Sinhala
  • Hobbies
    Cricket, Football, Travelling
  • Website

A passion for problem solving.

I specialise in delivering effective and practical solutions to our client’s business problems such as Strategy development, Enterprise Architecture development, IT Governance planning and other management consulting services.

I have worked on a number of organisational reform, policy development and project management roles across diverse industry sectors including state and local government, ICT, education, health, travel and not-for-profit.

To ensure my solutions are aligned to industry standards, I actively utilise a range of internationally recognised methodologies and frameworks including TOGAF, COBIT, ITIL, Prince2 and PMBOK tools and Prosci as well as industry and academic research sources.

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