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Unisys Grows New Zealand Account Management Team

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Unisys Grows New Zealand Account Management Team

Unisys today announces the appointment of Ewen Ritchie to manage Wellington-based clients across the commercial and public sectors. Ritchie joins Unisys with extensive experience of the New Zealand IT market. He has held roles at Gen-i, EDS, SCIENZ, and Logica where he set up and ran the local operation for five years.

Unisys continues to focus on harnessing talent in New Zealand and up-skilling high growth areas to continue sales success.

Brett Hodgson, managing director Unisys New Zealand said: “With a deep understanding of outsourcing and the New Zealand market’s needs, I’m confident Ewen will provide his clients with the support and strategic direction to enable them to achieve their business goals.”


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