Oakton names Peter Warner as ACT director

Oakton names Peter Warner as ACT director

Focuses on implementation services with appointment

ASX-listed Australian services provider, Oakton (ASX: OKN), has appointed Peter Warner as director of implementation services for the Australian Capital Territory.

Warner will be responsible for the delivery of all Oakton IT engagements in the ACT, and run a team of more than 60 local employees.

Warner claimed his extensive experience in consulting and delivery to enterprise and government customers across the Asia-Pacific region will help him in his role.

Oakton CEO and managing director, Neil Wilson, said the appointment was made as the ACT posed “significant growth potential”.

“Oakton has a continued focus on our people to ensure that they are connected, aligned and have the opportunity to build their careers and contribute to the success of the company and we believe there is potential in the ACT,” he said.

Warner previously held the same role, but only within Canberra since November 2012.

He also has more than 20 years’ experience in the technology sector, including senior positions at Avanade, CSC and BHP IT.

“With are confident that we will achieve significant growth across the Federal sector and we are delighted to have Peter as part of Oakton’s future,” Wilson said.

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