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Bowie on board

01 Oct 2007

The Director of OSS (Open Systems Specialists), one of New Zealand’s leading independent systems integrators, is delighted to announce the appointment of Donald Bowie to the role of General Manager. Donald Bowie has joined OSS in this newly created role with responsibility for leading overall performance of the business.   “On behalf of the directors and staff at OSS, I would like to welcome Donald to the team.   We are committed to investing in skilled, experienced individuals to ensure consistently high-quality outcomes for our clients. Donald will play a pivotal role in guiding OSS towards our goal of being New Zealand’s leading independent integrator of standards based infrastructure,” said OSS Director, Ian Soffe.   

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