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New Appointment: Philip Verstraaten, The Simpl Grp

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NEW APPOINTMENT: PHILIP VERSTRAATEN, DIRECTOR OF BUSINESS CONSULTING, THE SIMPL GROUP, WELLINGTON

The Simpl Group has appointed Philip Verstraaten as Director of Business Consulting, Wellington.

Previously Director of Management Consulting KPMG Christchurch, Philip's consulting expertise is in Supply Chain Management and Logistics, Business Process Improvement, Organisation Analysis and Design, Information Systems Development, Program and Project Management, and Change Management.

Simpl is recognised as one of this country's leading providers of independent IT professional services.

The company's expertise in strategic and technical consultancy, project management and implementation, and software development is sought by many national and international organisations.

The primary direction of Philip's work for the last 19 years has been on integrated projects combining IT, business and change management processes with a particular focus on Supply Chain Management. This builds on his previous 6 years with Unilever and Nestle in Europe in supply chain management and logistics roles. Philip is the current President of the Institute of Management Consultants of New Zealand and past Chairman of the Netherlands New Zealand Business Association.

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