Melbourne-based IBM partner, Synergy Plus has completed a restructure instigated by its new owners, and with a new CEO in place is forecasting 100 per cent growth for 2003.
Acquired late last year by a company owned by Paragon Systems' Bill Votsaris and Westan's Victor Aghtan, Synergy Plus has also slashed the middle management team from 15 to five. In all, 10 staff were made redundant in the restructure but staff numbers have subsequently been boosted by 17 new appointments in the area of sales, business development, technical support and software development.
Votsaris, who is a 20-year veteran of the IT industry, has taken full control of the company replacing Peter Granger who no longer works there.
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