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Velocity Global Strengthens Pre-Sales Supports

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Velocity Global Strengthens Pre-Sales Supports with the Appointment of David Wills

NEW ZEALAND – May 19, 2005 – Velocity Global, a total information and communication business solutions provider, has appointed David Wills as a consultant.

In this role, David acts as pre-sales support, liaising between the sales and implementation team for Velocity Global. He is responsible for qualifying the business needs of prospective clients and determining their software functionality and service requirements prior to a sale. David is also involved in demonstrating the functionality of Velocity Global solutions and services to clients and on completion of the sale working with the implementation team.

David has 20 years of expertise in the supply chain, enterprise resource planning and financials sectors, across small and medium enterprises in the UK, Australia and New Zealand. More recently he has been responsible for the design and implementation of a new data warehouse system for a major New Zealand port. Other roles David has held include, solutions architect for New Zealand Dairy Foods, solution architect for Carter Holt Harvey, technology auditor for CDM and systems consultant, Austrim.

Originally from the U.K, David was recruited in 1997 to come to New Zealand to lead an implementation for a major Australasian chemicals company.

David holds an MBA from Bolton University and has studied manufacturing systems and operations management to a Masters Level. He is an Associate Member of the UK Institute of Electrical and Electronic Incorporated Engineers.

About Velocity Global (www.velocityglobal.co.nz)

Velocity Global was established in 1988 and has a team of twenty people throughout New Zealand. Velocity Global started as a developer of AS/400 ERP solutions. The customers who use its applications and support services include Zuellig Pharma, Mitre10, Bic NZ and Roche Diagnostics. Velocity Global is the global support centre for the ERP customers of its US based parent company, Velocity Group Inc. Velocity Global is also the New Zealand agent for Pronto Software, a mid range ERP solution with over forty local customers, including JA Russell, Monaco Corporation and Caspex Corporation.

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