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Peter Radich Appointed Managing Director

Media release from Sybrel

Peter Radich Appointed Managing Director

Tue, 3 Sep 2002

Business intelligence specialist, Peter Radich, appointed Managing Director of Sybrel, new IT consultancy targeting NZ's top 120 organisations

Sybrel established through merger of Microsoft solutions team at Certus Consulting with CyberElves personnel and assets

AUCKLAND, 3 September 2002 - Sybrel, a new IT consultancy which specialises in Microsoft-based solutions and services, has appointed Peter Radich its Managing Director to seek out and develop new business opportunities within New Zealand's top 120 organisations. Sybrel has been formed through the merger of the Microsoft solution team at Certus Consulting with the recently acquired assets, personnel and clients of CyberElves in Auckland.

A business intelligence specialist, Peter Radich has more than twenty years experience in the IT industry, having held senior positions at SGI Consulting, FutureTech and Wang New Zealand. He has worked in several specialist areas including business management, service delivery performance, strategic management, project management and customer relationship management. Prior to joining Sybrel, Peter was the Director of Business Intelligence at The Simpl Group Ltd, where he was responsible for launching a highly successful business intelligence division.

"I am excited by the challenge ahead," said Mr Radich. "With the combined strengths of our Certified Microsoft Business Partner status and the technical expertise of CyberElves, Sybrel will continue to implement solutions for New Zealand's largest companies. Our core vision is to empower our customers to manage and deliver vital information quickly, easily and accurately to anyone, anywhere, anytime, on any device."

About Sybrel Sybrel is a Certified Microsoft Business Partner, which employs ten personnel in offices in Auckland and Wellington. The company has been established as a result of major realignments within the SGB group of companies. This includes the repositioning of that group's core Microsoft-based capabilities, formerly part of Certus Consulting, into Sybrel, allowing Certus to consolidate its market leading position as an IBM technology specialist.

To augment its core Microsoft capabilities, Sybrel acquired the assets, intellectual property, clients, personnel and rights associated with CyberElves in New Zealand and Asia Pacific. Furthermore, with the realignment, Sybrel becomes the New Zealand reseller of Onyx Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Plumtree Portal solutions, which are both based on Microsoft operating systems.

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