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MIP hires data warehouse expert


MIP hires data warehouse expert to spearhead business development in Wellington (Appointment notice attached)

New Zealand, 06 July 2004 - Management Information Principles (MIP), a leading data management consultancy, announced today that it has named David Sharp as Account Manager of the newly opened Wellington office. In this new role, Mr Sharp will be responsible for driving new business initiatives on enterprise level accounts.

"David has the energy and experience to lead MIP's sales efforts in Wellington," said Steve Hitchman, MIP founder and Managing Director. "His extensive industry expertise uniquely qualifies him for this new role. I'm confident that under David's leadership, MIP is well positioned to meet the needs of our customers as data management becomes an increasingly important business strategy."

Prior to joining MIP, Mr Sharp ran his own data management consultancy, SharpSystems. He provided strategic advice on the design, development and implementation of data management systems for government organisations such as the New Zealand Defence Force and the New Zealand Employment Service.

Mr Sharp has also previously held senior technical roles in Australia, South Africa and the United Kingdom for organisations such as EDS, where he managed projects across a range of industry sectors including financial services, telecommunications and manufacturing.

"MIP has established itself as a leading provider of end-to-end information management services and solutions. I'm looking forward to helping businesses in Wellington overcome the challenges associated with the efficient and effective management of data. This is now critically important due to a number of international data reporting requirements such as Basel II, Sarbanes Oxley and the US Patriot Act," said Mr Sharp.

Mr Sharp holds a higher national diploma (HND) in Mathematics and Computer Studies from the University of Sheffield in the United Kingdom.

About MIP New Zealand

Founded in 1992, Management Information Principles is a specialist data management consultancy and one of Australia's and New Zealand's leading data quality, data integration, data warehousing and business intelligence specialists. MIP offers strategic and tactical consulting services to Global 2000 companies in a broad range of industries in. MIP's end-to-end approach addresses all aspects of enterprise management information from the complex issue of profiling source and target data, extract transformation and load (ETL), the underlying relational database management systems (RDBMS), business intelligence through to predictive modelling and analytical applications. More information can be found at http://www.mip.com.au/

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