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Australian to become CEO of The Americas for Systems Union

  • 15 December, 2004 11:47

<p>Systems Union Group plc, the global financial &amp; performance management software vendor, has appointed Bill Bryce as chief executive officer for all its operations in The Americas. Mr Bryce has been the managing director of Systems Union Australia for five years and is an IT veteran of more than 20 years</p>
<p>As CEO for The Americas Mr Byrce will immediately assume responsibility for the company offices in Miami, Los Angeles, Houston, New York, Toronto, Ottawa, Vancouver, Mexico City, Buenos Aires and São Paulo, and channel partners throughout the continent.</p>
<p>A replacement for Mr Bryce is expected to be announced soon, with a number of internal and external applicants currently being reviewed for the role of Managing Director for Systems Union Australia. Mr Bryce will maintain a dual role as CEO for The Americas and managing director for Australia until late February, so that a smooth transition can be facilitated with the new local appointment.</p>
<p>“Our Australian operations have become a centre of excellence globally for Systems Union and I have no doubt the business here will continue to go from strength to strength,” said Mr Bryce. “I am looking forward to achieving comparable levels of success in The Americas and I see significant opportunities for growth, particularly in the BI market.”</p>
<p>Before joining Systems Union, Mr Bryce was director of sales for Baan Australia. He also founded and was managing director of an IBM reseller, Bryce Business Systems. He is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and an Associate Member of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries.</p>
<p>Systems Union was recently listed as a top 50 business intelligence software vendor in America according to the 2004 DM Review 100 survey, which is based on readership opinions. DM Review is a leading US-based business intelligence and analytics publication.</p>
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<p>For further information, please contact:
Pru Quinlan
Einsteinz Communications for: Systems Union Australia
Tel: 02 9965 7227
<p>Note to editors:</p>
<p>About Systems Union
Systems Union Group plc is a leading global software company, quoted on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) of the London Stock Exchange. The Group, which operates through two divisions, has 45 offices in 19 countries, serving customers across the world.</p>
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