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Syl Semantics appoints new Business Development Executive

Syl Semantics appoints Lindsay Renwick as Business Development Executive

Wellington-based software company Syl Semantics (Syl) has appointed Lindsay Renwick as Business Development Executive, Wellington.

Lindsay has joined Syl to provide additional capability in support of Syl’s rapidly growing Wellington client base. Lindsay initially qualified as a lawyer at Otago University, and over the past 10 years she has held sales and management roles at a number of blue-chip, IT organisations including IBM, Telecom, and Fronde.

Syl’s Managing Director Sean Wilson said, “Lindsay has a fantastic track record in bringing smart, innovative solutions to the large enterprise and government markets, and extensive experience in Search, Information Access and how to address the growing challenges of data overload. Lindsay is a fantastic addition to the team at a time when Syl is receiving unprecedented levels of interest from across the public sector and the commercial market.”

Lindsay’s appointment follows the recent appointments of John Holt as Syl’s Chairman, and returned ex-pat New Zealander Andrew Hull as the company’s Chief Operating Officer, as Syl gears up to execute a growth plan to take the company’s innovative enterprise search and information management solutions offshore to make Syl a truly global company.

About Syl Semantics
Syl Semantics is part of a privately owned Wellington-based software company Syl Research Limited. Syl offers market-leading Enterprise Search and Information Management solutions. Syl’s proprietary, semantic (meaning and context aware) technology platform delivers solutions that are used by a growing number of government and enterprise customers, with interest increasing locally and offshore. Syl provides its clients with solutions that work in their own, unique business environment, enabling them to benefit from increased productivity, improved customer service and greater control over ICT expenditure.

See: www.sylsemantics.com

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