"We are delighted to welcome these new team members in Canberra and Wellington," said Unisys Asia Pacific vice president of client management Andrew Whelan.
"Our passion is to create the best experience possible for our clients, their employees and their customers and that comes from a culture of looking for better ways to do things through continuous learning, evolution, inclusiveness and opportunities for growth."
Michael Jenkins (pictured top) is now client executive for the Australian Department of Defence.
He joins Unisys from Telstra, where he worked as a client delivery executive. He previously worked for Datacom as a client executive, Fujitsu as general manager of managed services, at Thales Australia as general manager of enterprise services, and at Getronics as national manager of selective sourcing.
Jenkins holds a MBA from Western Sydney University.
David Busch is now client executive for the Australian Department of Home Affairs.
He previously worked for Fujitsu Australia as an account director, DXC Connect as federal account manager, MIT Services as senior account executive, and CSG and Dimension Data as business development manager.
Matt Christie has joined Unisys as client executive for Waka Kotahi New Zealand.
He joins the company from Fujitsu, where he was head of public sector. He previously worked as a contractor at Digital Transformation, national government sales manager at Dimension Data, general manager at IBM, and head of Wellington government and enterprise clients at Spark Digital.
Christie also had a previous spell at Unisys as account manager for global outsourcing and infrastructure services, and worked as general manager of Zintel Enterprise and as vice president and general manager of Novell ANZ.
He holds a bachelor's degree in history and a BCA from Victoria University of Wellington, and a postgraduate diploma in management from Massey University.
Hans Beyer-Rieger has been appointed sales executive for the Wellington region.
His previous roles include market development manager at Ingram Micro, business development manager at Sempre Technologies, account manager at Idata Resolutions, and sales and account management roles at Safran Identity & Security, Eyede, and New Zealand Post.
Beyer-Rieger holds a bachelor's degree in commerce and sociology from Victoria University of Wellington.