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Unisys Appoints Paul Allen

Unisys Appoints Paul Allen as Head of Financial Services, ANZ


Industry specialist returns to Unisys to lead trans-Tasman industry practice

Unisys has appointed Paul Allen as sales manager, Australia and New Zealand, Financial Services.

In this role Mr Allen will lead Unisys Global Financial Services team in New Zealand and Australia which provides industry-specific services and technology solutions for the financial services sector including outsourcing, infrastructure services, server technology and systems integration. He brings 12 years of experience in large and complex sales in the IT services industry to the role.

Mr Allen returns to the company having previously worked for Unisys Australia from 1999 to 2001 as a client account executive in the financial services team.

Most recently he was director Global Consulting Services – Pacific for Symantec where he was responsible for strategic sales across Asia Pacific and Japan. He has also held senior sales positions at Telstra-KAZ and EDS.

Mr Allen’s appointment follows the promotion of Rob Dewar to manage Unisys application services business across the Asia Pacific region.

Unisys local financial services clients include ING Direct, RHG (formerly RAMS Home Loans), St George and Westpac in Australia and ASB, PSIS and Westpac in New Zealand.

Mr Allen is based in Sydney and reports to Brett Hodgson, Manager Director, Unisys New Zealand, with a dotted line to Rueben Khoo, Managing Partner Financial Services, Asia Pacific.

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About Unisys Asia Pacific
Unisys helps clients with solutions for more secure business operations by aligning technology with business strategy. Drawing on a history of industry innovation and expertise, Unisys provides specialised services, delivered by trusted consultants. In Asia Pacific, Unisys delivers services and solutions through subsidiaries in New Zealand, Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Korea, Malaysia, The Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand and through distributors or resellers in other countries in the region. For more information, visit www.unisys.com.

About Unisys

Unisys is a worldwide information technology services and solutions company. We provide consulting, systems integration, outsourcing and infrastructure services, combined with powerful enterprise server technology. We specialise in helping clients use information to create efficient, secure business operations that allow them to achieve their business goals. Our consultants and industry experts work with clients to understand their business challenges and create greater visibility into critical linkages throughout their operations. For more information, visit www.unisys.com.

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