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Nextspace appoints Damian Swaffield as General Manager

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15 January 2013

Nextspace appoints Damian Swaffield as General Manager

Damian Swaffield has been appointed General Manager of 3D visual solutions and integration company Nextspace.

Damian was previously General Manager Consulting at Oxygen Business Solutions, one the largest SAP partners in Australasia. He has also held CIO roles at SKYCITY Entertainment Group and TVNZ, and consultancy leadership roles at KPMG.

Nextspace chairperson Phil Norman says Damian brings deep enterprise IT and professional services expertise to lead Nextspace as it continues to grow. “Damian has significant experience delivering large and complex business transformations and IT projects. His experience of the SAP ecosystem as both a reseller and solutions integration partner is of huge value as we integrate our 3D visualisation applications with more enterprise business processes. His change management and leadership skills will be of great value to both our clients and the Nextspace team.”

Nextspace is a SAP Visual Enterprise partner, and creates solutions and applications that visually integrate business, process, plant and geospatial data with SAP and other enterprise asset management systems.

ENDS

About Nextspace
Nextspace provides powerful 3D tools allowing businesses, utilities and local government organisations to visualise their assets and operations as if they were viewing them in the real world. Nextspace’s solutions capture data from multiple sources and display the information as a living 3D model, enabling evidence-based decisions, greater interaction and stakeholder participation.

Visit www.nextspace.co.nz


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