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Project Management Expert Joins Intentia


High Flier Project Management Expert Joins Intentia New Zealand

New Zealand - 15 March 2004: Intentia, a leading provider of e-collaboration solutions within the enterprise application space, has appointed a project management professional, Colin Greatrex, as Senior Program Manager for New Zealand.

An ex-Royal Navy Lieutenant, and aerobatics pilot in his spare time, Colin's remit will be the management of major ERP software implementation projects across Intentia's core customer markets.

Based in Auckland, Colin has over 16 years experience in the commercial and public sector IT industry, preceded by active service in the Royal Navy.

Prior to joining Intentia, Colin held senior positions with global giants such as KPMG, PricewaterhouseCoopers, GEC Marconi and Ferranti Computer systems.

As Director for PwC he managed mission critical projects such as the Introduction of GST in Australia. As Associate Director for KPMG he led the Project and Risk Management service in Auckland, and successfully managed the group's certification to ISO 9001.

Colin's consulting expertise has spanned many business improvement, system implementation and quality assurance projects across several regions, including Europe, Asia Pacific and the US and covering a diverse range of industries ? from the defence sector to health industries.

"Colin has impeccable credentials and a record of achievement in the IT consulting field. His experience, coupled with his obviously adventurous spirit, will make him an excellent fit for our company culture and will add invaluable qualities to Intentia's consulting capabilities. He fills a critical position within the NZ operations and we are very much looking forward to working with him," said Steve Ironside, Managing Director, Intentia Australia and New Zealand.

In his spare time, Colin indulges his love of flying, a passion developed over 30 years ago before his time with the military. He regularly competes in NZ aerobatics tournaments and is the current NZ Sports Champion.


About Intentia

Intentia is a global technology leader, providing e-collaboration solutions within the enterprise application space. Intentia's flagship solution is called Movex -- a complete, integrated enterprise management system, offering Intentia's customers the key to success across customer relationship management (CRM), enterprise resource planning (ERP), supply chain planning & execution (SCPE), partner relationship management (PRM), business performance management (BPM) and e-business solutions. Intentia has offices in New Zealand, Australia, Asia, Americas and Europe.

Intentia has more than 3,000 professionals serving in excess of 3,500 customers. Intentia is a public company traded on the Stockholm Stock Exchange. The company is one of the five largest ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) companies in the world and has a turnover of more than SEK 3 bn (euro 350 m).

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