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SAP expert to spearhead ANZ growth

02 Jul 2013

Australian firm CAMMS Grou has appointed SAP expert Clinton Mottram as general manager of the ANZ region, in a bid to spearhead growth.

The Australian-based provider of Corporate Performance Management and Business Intelligence solutions says Mottram will be responsible for continuing the growth of the ANZ operations and driving uptake of the Corporate Performance Management and Business Intelligence on-premise, on-demand (cloud) and mobile offerings.

Mottram comes to CAMMS from software giant SAP, where he held various roles over 15 years, working in the ERP and business analytics space - his most recent role at SAP was Head of Sales, Business and Analytical Services for Asia Pacific and Japan, based in Singapore.

“My experience at SAP has given me a unique perspective on how specialised businesses like CAMMS can deliver real innovation to customers,” Mottram said.

“While large vendors are focused on operational efficiency, cutting costs and improving processes, we take it a step further.

"We help our clients ensure their business is also focused on the right goals by taking a balanced view of the opportunities and risks.

“This is where CAMMS can deliver real value to our customers.

"We not only provide our clients with quicker implementation requiring fewer resources than large vendors, we also help them plan and execute their business strategy to meet their business goals.”

Founded in Adelaide in 1996 as a management consultancy to local government, the company designs and develops its own software with offices in five countries including New Zealand, Canada, Sri Lanka, the UK and Australia.

CAMMS’ premier product, SYCLE, takes the client’s performance management framework (including scorecards, planning, risk, project, and budget management), integrates it with business intelligence requirements and drives business operations into one tailored solution.

Some of the CAMMS local customers include City of Melbourne, Lake Macquarie City Council, Department of Fire and Emergency Services WA, and Bendigo Health Care Group.

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