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Open Systems Specialists (OSS) expands operation

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Open Systems Specialists (OSS) expands operation with Wellington representation

Vince Hagon will join Open Systems Specialists (OSS), New Zealand's leading independent provider of standards-based enterprise IT infrastructure and services, later this month as OSS establish an office in Wellington.

Mr Hagon is to lead the OSS team in Wellington, a new location for the business which has been operating in Auckland for over twelve years – serving clients around New Zealand.

He joins OSS from a career at IBM in New Zealand and Australia, spanning over twenty years. During this time Mr Hagon has built a solid reputation for achieving solutions that provide clients with positive material outcomes across the Government, Commercial/Banking and Tertiary Education sectors.

“We are thrilled to welcome Vince to the team. As a Wellingtonian with a track record of industry excellence, we believe he will be an exceptional advocate to clients in the region” says Donald Bowie, General Manager of OSS. “Vince will drive the Company’s growth in the Wellington region and oversee local delivery of consulting, systems management and support services.”

100% locally owned and with a client base boasting some of New Zealand’s largest and most innovative organisations such as The University of Auckland, Vodafone and Air NZ, OSS has built a reputation for providing quality and expertise in services and solutions.

Mr Hagon says, “I am very excited to take up the opportunity to contribute to OSS’ success in the Wellington region. I’m passionate about understanding and meeting customer needs and am looking forward to working with the highly reputable team at OSS to achieve this.”


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