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Nuance names new Senior VP

16 Aug 2010

Speech solutions provider Nuance has appointed Jason Stirling (pictured) as Senior Vice President, Asia Pacific. He will report to Steven Chambers, Executive Vice President, Worldwide Sales and Chief Marketing Officer.

From October 1st, Stirling will work closely with Brooks to strengthen Nuance’s position in the voice recognition solution market.

“The new Asia Pacific leadership team will play a pivotal role in Nuance’s ongoing success in the region, driving growth and strengthening our strategic position” said Steven Chambers, Executive Vice President, Worldwide Sales and Chief Marketing Officer.

“Stirling and Brooks will drive overall growth in the region with particular focus on multimodal customer service solutions that combine our strengths in enterprise and mobile technologies.”

Both Stirling and Brooks will be located in Melbourne and Sydney respectively.

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