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Wednesday, 13 September 2006 20:30

CAS appoints APAC president

CAS, a provider of Demand Side Management solutions for the consumer products industry, has appointed Stewart Cochrane as President - CAS Asia Pacific. Based in Melbourne, Cochrane moves up from Vice President Sales and head of the CAS operation in Australia. With a strong background in sales and service delivery, Cochrane came to CAS from Hitachi Data Systems, where he was a director of the business. In 20 years working with blue-chip multinationals across Asia Pacific, he has managed and developed major organisations for such iconic companies as PepsiCo, Levi Strauss, Orange and 3.
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Tuesday, 12 September 2006 20:59

SAS appoints solutions manager

Business Intelligence software provider SAS Institute Australia has promoted Des Viranna to Solutions Manager, Customer Intelligence. He is based at the company’s regional head office in Sydney. Viranna studied Engineering at the University of New South Wales and joined SAS in 1999 through its Graduate Program. His most recent SAS position was that of Lead Consultant, Customer Intelligence for Australia and New Zealand.
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Tuesday, 12 September 2006 20:53

Unisys West appoints former Western Power CIO

Service provider Unisys West has appointed Brian Lee as WA Public Sector Partner, further strengthening its commitment to the Public Sector in Western Australia. Mr Lee joins Unisys West with a wealth of government experience within Western Australia, particularly in the delivery of commercial services. He comes to Unisys West from Western Power, where he held the role of Chief Information Officer for two years and spearheaded the transition of IT services to four separate companies – Western Power, Synergy, Verve and Horizon Power.  He also brings an impressive track record in major change management programs, including with government clients.  As a partner with KPMG Consulting in Perth, he implemented a substantial change program for the Government Employees Superannuation Board (GESB), the largest Western Australia-based superannuation fund, and he previously managed large change programs for BankWest, HBOSA and WMC Resources.  He serves on the Health Department Audit Committee and is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. 
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