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Walker Datavision Appoints Marketing Manager

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Leading data solutions and data capture group, Walker Datavision, has appointed Nyree Pavlovich to the newly created position of Marketing Manager at the company's Australasian head office in Auckland. Nyree brings a wealth of marketing experience from around the world to the position.

Prior to joining Walker Datavision on July 28, Nyree Pavlovich worked at WestpacTrust Card Services as Product Development Analyst. Her extensive career in the marketing field includes international appointments with a large hotel chain in South America and as marketing and research executive with the UK based Reed Exhibition Group.

Nyree's responsibilities will include the further development of the established Walker Datavision brand both in New Zealand and Australia. Walker Datavision has been established in New Zealand for more than 16 years and has offices in Auckland, Christchurch, Melbourne and Sydney. The company is recognised as a leading provider of data capture and information technology solutions.

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