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Oxygen makes senior New Zealand appointments

30 Jul 10

Oxygen Business Solutions has appointed Damian Swaffield (pictured) as New Zealand General Manager, Consulting, and Datta Supomo to Business Development Manager, New Zealand.
Oxygen Chief Executive Mike Smith said, “He has considerable expertise in managing very large and complex business transformation and IT related projects. He also has significant sales and business development experience gained during his time working at KPMG and as an independent consultant.

Prior to joining Oxygen, Swaffield’s previous roles included CIO at SKYCITY and CIO, CTO at TVNZ.
“He brings a strategic thinking approach to business issues, markets and technologies, which will provide customers with plenty of ideas on how they can best maximise the value and use of their SAP solutions.”
Supomo was previously Oxygen’s Business Manager for Australian Government projects.

Both roles are effective immediately.

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