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Sabotti to drive Unisys APAC life sciences, healthcare expansion

Unisys has appointed Mark Sabotti to lead the expansion of its life sciences and healthcare business in the Asia Pacific region.

In his new role, Sabotti will be responsible for introducing Unisys’ new industry-specific solutions focused on mobile security, workspace technology, device management, applications, cloud and digital transformation.

Sabotti joined Unisys earlier this year from CSC where he was Partner-Healthcare Consulting.

“In Asia Pacific we have an established footprint supporting some of the world’s largest pharmaceutical and life sciences companies operating in our region. Mark’s appointment will help us grow this business at a local level,” said Tony Windever, vice-president and general manager, Unisys Asia Pacific.

Windever said Sabotti brings deep experience delivering consulting and professional services to life sciences, healthcare and pharmaceutical organisations across Australia, the US and Europe, leading industry practices at CSC, IBM and BT.

“This is an exciting time to join Unisys,” Sabotti said. “Healthcare organisations, and the professionals working in them, are faced with a constant challenge to drive innovations in patient care, while also managing increasing pressures on cost management, compliance, and information security.

“With a strong investment in this industry, Unisys is positioning itself well to support current client demand, while also leading the digital transformation of our life sciences and healthcare clients in Asia Pacific.”

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