Your wrap of the local industry's job appointments
Former Mincom executive, Peter Suchting, has joined Australian enterprise software provider, TechnologyOne (ASX:TNE), as general manager of enterprise asset management (EAM).
Suchting, who spent 21 years with Mincom in various senior roles, will oversee the release of a redeveloped solution with GIS integration and mobility.
In addition, the company has invested in 10 new staff for its latest product release, including former Logica EAM principal, Glenn Hopkins, former Mincom asset management architect, Peter Blackford, and Gordon Sterling, who has worked on public infrastructure for AMT-Sybex in the UK, including the London Underground, National Grid and Scottish Power.
The Videopro Group
The Videopro Group has announced the appointment of Jason Derry as its new general manager of business solutions.
Derry will be based in Brisbane and be responsible for and providing leadership to the business solutions unit and overseeing the implementation of corporate policies and practices.
He comes to the role from manager of integrated solutions at the Videopro Business Centre.
Videopro Business Centre chief operating officer, Ian Wright, said Derry’s industry knowledge would assist the business in moving forward.
Managed services and IT automation company, Kaseya, has appointed Tim Dickinson to a regional business development role in the Oceania and South-East Asia region.
Dickinson will be based in Sydney and be responsible for the company’s managed service offerings in markets including the Phillipines and Indonesia.
Previously, he has held roles with American Technology companies, SonicWALL and LaserFiche DI Software.
Martin Ashby will be acting territory manager for Australia and New Zealand, while Kaseya is looks to fill Dickinson’s role.