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Certus Consulting Expands South Island Operation


Certus Consulting Expands South Island Operation with New Account Director, Gary Martini


Certus Consulting, an IBM Premier Partner for Software, and leading IT consulting and implementation company, announced today the appointment of Gary Martini, to Account Director. Based in Christchurch, Mr Martini will be responsible for managing key South Island accounts, as well as new business development.

According to Penny White, General Manager Services and Operations, Certus Consulting, the appointment of Mr Martini reflects the company's commitment to expanding its nationwide operation. "Mr Martini has more than thirty years experience in implementation, managerial and business development roles within the Christchurch IT industry. His considerable knowledge of the local market, as well as his solid understanding of the IBM product range, significantly boosts our ability to deliver end-to-end services to our South Island based customers."

"The South Island market differs slightly from the rest of the country in that it is predominately comprised of small to medium companies. When it comes to meeting their IT needs, return on investment is crucial," explains Gary Martini. "Certus Consulting's high calibre solutions, particularly in the area of professional services, will be of great value to South Island customers."

About Certus Consulting

Established in 1998, Certus Consulting is an IT consulting and technology implementation company with offices in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. In May 2003, Certus Consulting merged with Datec New Zealand, a subsidiary of Datec Group Ltd, to form the largest company in New Zealand that focuses exclusively on the provision of IBM services and solutions in both software and hardware. Certified in a number of IBM products including DB2, WebSphere, Tivoli and Lotus, the company is one of only two IBM Premier Partners for Software in New Zealand. These products are backed by IBM Storage solutions, PC's and servers, including X Series, P Series, and I Series.

A leading vendor of IBM software in New Zealand, Certus Consulting was one of only thirty worldwide Business Partners that received recognition at the 2003 IBM Partnerworld conference in New Orleans for exceeding sales targets.

Certus Consulting has wide ranging experience in a variety of sectors including telecommunications, insurance, energy and utilities, finance, retail and government. Clients include AMP, Alstom New Zealand, Farmers, BNZ, New Zealand Milk, NZMP, Westpac, W Stevenson & Sons, Sky City, Waste Management NZ, Tranz Rail, State Services Commission and the Department of Internal Affairs.

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