Flourishing Aurion strengthens Sales and Consulting teams
- 25 November, 2005 10:16
<p>Brisbane-based human resources management solutions (HRMS) software company Aurion Corporation has strengthened its team to accommodate steady expansion.</p>
<p>Andy Tunks joins in a newly created role of Tele-Account Manager with National responsibility. Andy was formerly with malware filtering company MessageLabs. He will be moving from Sydney to head office in Brisbane.</p>
<p>James Bridie joins Aurion in Sydney as a pre-sales consultant, from CRM software company Pivotal. James comes with a reputation for dedication and detail.</p>
<p>Aurion has also strengthened its support team, with the Consultancy group in Brisbane adding Jason Mackie from Technology One; Dagmar McLean, ex-PeopleSoft and John Fairfax; and Dave Cassells, formerly with Blue Care.</p>
<p>MacRae stated: "It's an exciting time in HR & payroll with many recent successes for Aurion, our focus is to become more customer centric. We are better equipped to do that than some of the large inflexible international vendors. The newcomers represent a true group of professionals and it's truly a pleasure to welcome them to the team."
Aurion Corporation is a leading provider of HRMS solutions in Australia, with a track record of innovation since its beginnings in 1985. It was the first company to deliver a HR Self Service system in Australia and one of the first globally. The company’s performance measure is that all Aurion implementations are successful.
Aurion is wholly Australian owned. Queensland Government is the majority shareholder, with Business Management Limited (BML) and the Aurion founders (the original development team remain as shareholders) holding the remaining equity. Hundreds of Australian clients include News Ltd., Boeing, John Fairfax, TabCorp, Thiess and many state, local and federal government agencies.</p>
<p>For more information</p>
<p>Paul MacRae, Aurion - 07 3368 9630 or +61 400 826080</p>
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