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IBM’s Nick Lambert To Lead Itanz

NEWS RELEASE 30 NOVEMBER, 2001


IBM’s Nick Lambert To Lead Itanz

IBM Managing Director Nick Lambert is the new President of the Information Technology Association of New Zealand (ITANZ).

Mr Lambert was elected to the position for a two year term at the annual general meeting of ITANZ in Wellington yesterday. He succeeds Mr Tone Borren, Managing Director of Diemer Kool, who will remain a member of the Executive Committee.

Mr David Irving, Chief Executive of Synergy, was elected Vice President

Other members elected to the Executive Committee are Mr Russell Stanners, Managing Director, Unisys; Mr Robert Gray, Managing Director, EDS; Mr Bruce Parkes, General Manager Government and Industry Relations, Telecom; Mr Bennett Medary, Managing Director, The Simpl Group; Mr Paul Cook, Senior Vice President, Cap Gemini Ernst and Young; Mr Geoff Lawrie, Managing Director, Microsoft; Mr John Barlow, Managing Director, Rex Limited; Mr Neil Butler, Group General Manager, Optimisation; and Mr Mason Pratt, Managing Director, Provoke Solutions. - Ends


For further information:
Kath Moran
ITANZ
Tel: (04) 472-2731


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