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Voco welcomes new senior appointments

13 October 2008

Voco welcomes new senior appointments

Voco welcomes the following ICT specialists to the team. Craig Nelson brings to Voco 20 years experience in Information Communications and Technology both in New Zealand and offshore. He has worked with a range of private business sector and public sector organisations. Currently, at Voco, Craig works as an ICT strategic consultant and project and programme manager.

At Voco, Craig has recently completed development on a Channel Strategy for a public sector organization and is currently assisting Northland Regional Council with a project.

Craig's expertise lies in software development, software marketing, business and systems analysis, package sourcing and implementation, project management and programme management, including steering group participation.

Paul Hortop joins Voco as a security consultant with a background in all facets of physical, network and data security. With over 20 years experience as a penetration tester, computer forensics instructor and computer incident response team lead, Paul is able to draw on his experience to design and deliver solutions that work in the largest of enterprises.

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