Geoff Croshaw, formerly CEO of Senteq, has turned up as national sales manager of Unisys Australia. Croshaw left the floundering IT services company after its sale to ASX-listed telco National Telecoms Group in April. He told ARN that his role at Senteq was to stem the flow of losses, make the company profitable and sell it for the best possible price, a task he feels he has accomplished. Croshaw's intention was to take a 10-month sabbatical before being persuaded by Unisys's invitation.
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