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Gen-i appoints Robin Hartendorp as GM Central Government

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Gen-i appoints Robin Hartendorp as GM Central Government, strengthens Wellington presence

Gen-i has announced today the appointment of Robin Hartendorp to the newly created role of General Manager Central Government, based in Wellington. In addition, Gen-i General Manager Professional Services, Murray Young has returned to Wellington on a permanent basis to further strengthen the company’s senior presence in the Capital.

Robin is a highly respected and experienced business leader with an outstanding track record over his 30-plus years in the ICT industry. He joins Gen-i from his position as Dimension Data CEO, a role he has held since November 2000.

Prior to taking up his role at Dimension Data, Robin spent twenty years working for EDS, where he held a number of senior leadership positions including GM Customer Services, GM Government and Health Operations, and nine years as Director Service Delivery.

Robin will start at Gen-i on Monday 15 April, 2013.

Gen-i CEO, Tim Miles said: “I’m delighted that we have been able to attract Robin to join us at Gen-i. His senior leadership skills, outstanding track record and experience in the Wellington market, in particular with Government, will support our drive to further centre our business around our clients, how we serve them, and what they value.
Government is a hugely important sector for Gen-i, and Robin’s appointment to this new role reflects the level of focus we’re applying to ensuring we can better service the Government sector.”

Robin commented: “It is a very impressive course being set by Tim and the Gen-i team; with significant investment and focus on enhancing delivery outcomes for our clients.
The capability and talent within Gen-i is outstanding and I look forward to utilising this extensively in the retention and growth in the Government sector.”

Gen-i provides ICT solutions for around 2,800 government and large corporate clients across New Zealand and Australia. In the 12 months ended 30 June 2012, Gen-i’s operating revenue was $1.36 billion.

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