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Unisys Strengthens New Zealand Sales Team

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Unisys Strengthens New Zealand Sales Team

New Zealand, 12 October, 2006 – Unisys today announces the appointment of Hamzah Munif as senior sales executive to manage growth within our our outsourcing business across all sectors within New Zealand.

Hamzah has held a variety of senior sales roles during his 25-year career in IT and has in depth experience of consultancy and financial services.

Most recently Hamzah was UK-based and held positions with two of the country’s fast-growing IT consultancies as a business and sales strategy consultant.

Previously, Hamzah worked with IT outsourcing and consultancy heavyweight Capgemini in the UK, where he was a senior executive member of the global finance sector, working throughout the trans-Atlantic and European markets. Hamzah also assisted in establishing Capgemini's Business Process Outsourcing arm.

“Hamzah’s skills in building and managing multi-disciplinary teams is evident in his consistent track record of crafting and winning multi-million dollar deals,” says Brett Hodgson, managing director Unisys New Zealand.

“As Unisys continues to harness talent to continue our sales success, I’m confident Hamzah’s experience will assist us in achieving our business goals.”


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