Enterprise cloud software provider Unit4 has appointed Matthew Bagley to the role of CFO.
Unit4, a provider of enterprise applications for service organisations, has promoted Chris Tithof to the role of ANZ country manager and sales director.
Enterprise applications provider Unit4 has appointed Jeremy Roche as chief product officer (CPO).
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Unit4, the fast growing leader in enterprise applications for services organisations, has appointed Will Blench as chief sales officer and member of the executive leadership board effective from 1 July.
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Many of Australia’s university students are dissatisfied with university admin digital services, believing that compared to the other services they can do online, student administration is extremely difficult to manage digitally and there is too much paperwork involved.
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Chris Tithof is Unit4’s new channel director for its regional operations. His appointment is part of its plans to expand its presence across Australia and New Zealand.
Unit4 a fast growing leader in enterprise applications for service organizations, announced the appointment of Christophe Haugen as EVP Strategy and Operations.
Australian workforce solutions provider Skilled has deployed an ERP solution from Netherlands-based Unit4 to underpin an organisation-wide program aimed at achieving significant and sustainable cost reductions.
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