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New Appointments to DecisionMax

New Appointments to DecisionMax

New Appointments to DecisionMax Aim to Streamline and Bring Efficiency to Procurement Process for Large Corporates and Government Agencies

AUCKLAND- Friday May 23 2003 - DecisionMax Software NZ, a new company that specialises in e-procurement software for large corporates and government agencies has made three new appointments. These aim to grow the market awareness of how to increase the business efficiencies of the tendering process through DecisionMax’ s e-procurement solution.

**Steve Macmillan is the Managing Director for DecisionMax. The company was established from a gap Macmillan identified in the business sector’s ability to handle large scale and complex procurement projects. “Organisations are looking to take a strategic, managed view of procurement,” says Steve. “Their focus is on cost reduction and the savings that can be made via an effective procurement process. Our solution TenderMax is well geared to meet this need.” As an experienced IT consultant, Steve has since 1992 also been responsible for managing MPA New Zealand Ltd, a distributor of emerging new technologies.

**Jane McKenzie is DecisionMax’s Head Consultant. Her role encompasses working with prospective clients to show them how electronic enabling of the tendering process through TenderMax, can bring about competitive and financial advantages. Her role also covers the smooth implementation of TenderMax and ensuring clients have the required knowledge base to manage it. Jane brings to the role; technical knowledge to implement TenderMax Pro, and expertise on how to effectively create, assess and evaluate tenders for goods and services solutions. Prior to joining DecisionMax, she was with IBM for six years, responsible for creating service solutions (financial and technical) for its outsourcing projects. Jane has also worked for AMP New Zealand as an Infrastructure Architect.

**Robyn Oakley, as Business Development Manager, is responsible for developing DecisionMax NZ and building strong partnerships between DecisionMax and its clients. Her focus is on understanding the challenges that organisations face in respect to the procurement process and raising the level of the selling and buying efficiencies for clients. Over the past five years, Robyn has been with Acer Computer Australia, where in her most recent role she was the Education Business Development Manager for Victoria.

About DecisionMax DecisionMax New Zealand was established in May 2003. The company specialises in e-procurement software solutions aimed at corporates and the local government. Its procurement flagship solution is TenderMax a tendering application that allows companies to rapidly go out to market with a tender type document, receive back responses, make an analysis and come to a decision on the best supplier.

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