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Agresso supports the 2014 New Zealand CFO Summit

Agresso supports the 2014 New Zealand CFO Summit

NZ Post and Agresso New Zealand to host exclusive breakfast event

Wellington, New Zealand. 28 February 2014. 

Agresso New Zealand is a key sponsor and exhibitor at the 2014 New Zealand CFO Summit, being held in Auckland on 18 March 2014 at the SkyCity Convention Centre. This highly anticipated event for New Zealand’s finance leaders is a significant professional development and networking opportunity.
This year’s CFO summit will present an outstanding line-up of business leaders and speakers including Geraldine McBride, Co-Founder at MyWave, Andy Lark, CEO & Founder at Lark Group and Michael Bennetts, Chief Executive at Z Energy.

At the CFO Summit, Agresso will be hosting a breakfast session for a select group of the country’s top CFOs.

Tim Bird, GM at Agresso New Zealand says, “The NZ CFO Summit is one of the largest industry events and a key highlight of the corporate calendar. During this year’s event Agresso will offer insights into a challenge most CFOs will face during their career – structuring a partnership with an ERP provider.”

“Our session will focus on the non-traditional approach Agresso have taken to partnering with New Zealand Post to implement an ERP system to support their modernisation programme, and will include the perspective of Mark Yeoman, the CFO at NZ Post”, said Mr Bird.

ABOUT AGRESSO NEW ZEALAND
Agresso New Zealand (www.agresso.co.nz) provides a comprehensive ERP solution suite called AGRESSO Business World, for organisations that are people, project and service oriented. 
Agresso has been built for organisations living in change, and it is widely acknowledged as the business software solution that delivers the lowest Total Cost of Change. Thousands of professional services and public sector organisations, including cities and local governments, in over 100 countries use AGRESSO Business World for both operational support and strategic management.
www.agresso.co.nz

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