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Voco welcomes new senior appointments

Media Statement
For immediate release
10 September 2008

Attention: IT/Careers/Business Reporters

Voco welcomes new senior appointments

Voco welcomes the following ICT specialists to the team.

Carl Penwarden joins Voco with over 22 years experience from some of the best known Telecommunication and IT companies in New Zealand.

At Voco, Carl is working as an architect on the Government Shared Network. With a strong background in strategic planning, business and product development, solution design and customer relationship management, Carl's primary focus is on implementing strategies for the deployment of broadband network technologies, and the development of new broadband services for both business and residential customers.

Sam Grotrian, a recent arrival to Wellington, has worked in roles with major telecommunications companies in both the United Kingdom and New Zealand. Sam brings expertise in operations and client and project management, process development and service delivery to Voco.

As a dynamic member of the Voco team with a diverse background, Sam can offer his skills to a wide range of projects. Currently, at Voco, Sam is working on the ONTRACK project, as well as with HIQ and GSN Connected Health.

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