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Asparona appoints Ex-Oracle sales director

01 Nov 2010

Asparona has appointed former Oracle New Zealand applications Sales Director, Callum Ross (pictured), to focus on making it easy for local businesses to use Oracle solutions.

Managing Director Don Sykes, said, “I am thrilled that Ross has joined Asparona. He knows the ins and outs of Oracle software, and has both the local and global expertise to help companies ensure they are getting the best value from their business applications.”

Asparona is an Oracle Platinum Partner and employs 75 in Auckland, Wellington and Sydney.

A key part of Ross’ job will be to make Oracle more affordable and flexible for New Zealand companies. 

“For New Zealand businesses to grow and compete on the world stage, they will need to have the same first-class technology used by Fortune 500 companies - but without the complexity and cost associated with most of these solutions,” added Sykes. “They will also need locally-based support services.”

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