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Unisys appoints New Zealand Managing Director

Unisys appoints New Zealand Managing Director

Brett Hodgson’s appointment harnesses organisational talent and innovation to drive growth and continued profitability

New Zealand, 4 April 2006 – Unisys has appointed Brett Hodgson as New Zealand managing director.

Based in Wellington, Hodgson will drive business development and growth across the New Zealand subsidiary.

Hodgson’s vision for Unisys New Zealand is to continue the delivery of consulting and service excellence to clients by harnessing talent within the organisation and tempering it with a culture of innovation.

Hodgson has enjoyed a four-year tenure with Unisys New Zealand in a number of management roles, most recently as general manager Global Outsourcing and Infrastructure Services (GOIS) and Southern region manager.

Bringing a wealth of business experience to this new position, he has a deep understanding of the New Zealand market and its business and technology needs.

Steve Parker, managing director Australia New Zealand says, “Brett Hodgson has a deep understanding of the Unisys business and has continually demonstrated strong leadership. His ability to engage talented people and drive service excellence for our New Zealand clients will support the company as it experiences new growth opportunities and continuing sales success.”


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