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Certus appoints Glenn Myers as GM


Certus Consulting appoints Glenn Myers to new position of General Manager, Auckland

Certus Consulting continues to expand following repositioning as IBM Premier Partner

AUCKLAND - Certus Consulting, one of New Zealand's leading IT consulting and technology implementation companies, today announced the appointment of Glenn Myers to the new role of General Manager, Auckland.

According to Greg Woolley, Managing Director of Certus Consulting, the appointment of Mr Myers further underlines the company's intention to grow the business around IBM technology following its elevation to IBM Premier Partner status. "Glenn Myers is a business and IT consulting specialist, with significant management expertise," he said. "His appointment will further enhance our core strengths in consulting and services centered on IBM solutions within the Auckland market."

Since moving to New Zealand from South Africa in 1997, Mr Myers has held senior positions at Ernst & Young and Telecom New Zealand where he managed teams of consultants specialising in strategic planning, information systems evaluation and selection, bid management, project management and e-commerce initiatives.

"I am excited to be joining Certus Consulting at a time of significant growth for the company in Auckland," said Mr Myers. "Certus Consulting has built an enviable reputation in solving business problems with innovative, practical and affordable solutions. Now, as an IBM Premier Partner, the company is well placed to continue delivering outstanding value to an increasing number of large organisations."

About Certus Consulting Established in 1998, Certus Consulting is an IT consulting and technology implementation company. Following the disestablishment of non-IBM technology functions in August this year, Certus Consulting focuses entirely on its strategic relationship with IBM and IBM technology. The company is one of only three IBM Premier Partners in New Zealand, and is certified in a number of IBM products including DB2, Websphere, and Lotus.

Certus Consulting has wide ranging experience in a variety of sectors including telecommunications, insurance, energy and utilities, transport, finance, retail and government. Clients include AMP, NZ Milk, NZ Milk Products, Tranz Rail and the Department of Internal Affairs.

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