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Vasey back at SAS in his old job

Business analytics software and services vendor SAS has appointed a new state manager for the New South Wales market, with the return to the company and the same position by Neil Vasey.

Vasey, who was previously NSW State Manager for SAS, returns to the company after six years in various senor sales management roles with Fujitsu Australia.

SAS Australia and New Zealand Managing Director, David Bowie, said Vasey, who is based in Sydney, would be responsible for driving sales growth across all market sectors.

Bowie said Vasey had more than 20 years of sales and general management experience, and returns to SAS “after six very successful years with Fujitsu Australia” where he held various senior sales management roles and was responsible for driving large complex deals across commercial and government markets.

“At such an exciting time in the business analytics market, we are delighted to have Neil back. His impressive track record and reputation as an outstanding sales achiever – plus his ability to facilitate key relationships and lead teams to deliver on results – will be of great advantage to SAS.”


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