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Allocate Software appoints ANZ Client Services manager

09 May 13

Allocate Software has announced the appointment of Rein de Vries as Client Services manager for Australia and New Zealand, effective immediately.

The supplier of workforce optimisation and management solutions says Sydney-based de Vries will lead the services and support function in the region.

He will also be responsible for project management and technical delivery of the organisation’s HealthRoster and RosterOn solutions and for managing client relationships enabling the successful deployment of the company’s staff rostering software into client environments, while managing the Allocate Support team across ANZ.

"Rein brings a distinct industry vision and professional consulting experience that will enable Allocate Software to serve our growing regional base of customers," says Peter Croft, GM Australia and New Zealand, Allocate Software.

"While also assisting our public and private sector health and aged care clients to fully leverage the potential of their workforce rostering software.

"We look forward to cementing our market leadership position through deploying the skills which Rein brings to the company coupled with continued product innovation and expert deployment delivery.”

De Vries joins Allocate Software with over 25 years’ experience in sales, IT delivery and support of product and services for large technology vendor solution providers.

He was previously Australia and New Zealand Operations director at iSOFT, a senior director for Oracle Consulting Services as well as consulting services for Infor, Baan and PricewaterhouseCoopers.

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