Healey appointed as Kiandra IT business development manager of custom software
- 24 May, 2011 09:16
IT networking and management company, Kiandra IT, has appointed IT industry veteran and local government councillor, Phillip Healey, as its latest business development manager of custom software.
In the role, Healey will be involved in broadening the company’s software solution and services portfolios and increasing the business value to corporate and government clients.
He has more than two decades of experience in the IT industry – predominantly in custom developed software solutions sales and consulting for tier one, mid-market and government.
Healey most recently served as a principal consultant at Pitcher Partners, where he led a team of developers in providing Microsoft-based solutions for clients.
In his many years in local government, he also held various ministerial appointments.
Kiandra director of software development, Martin Cooperwaite, said Healey’s knowledge and experience dealing with complex customer engagements provides him with an intimate understanding of what is required to further company success.
Healey will be based in Kiandra IT’s head office in Melbourne.
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