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Tuesday, 16 August 2011 16:45

PageUp People snare Aussie talent


International talent management solutions provider, PageUp People, has recruited a 15-year Australian Saas veteran to take over global product management for the company.

{lopadposition people}PageUp People CEO, Karen Cariss, said that experienced technology leader, Bryce Dunn, had been appointed senior vice president of global product management as the company continued to expand its solution offerings.

'As we continue to expand upon the capabilities of our international Talent Management solution, we need a strong leader in place who understands our customers' needs and who can drive our go-to-market product strategy.'

'For more than 15 years, Bryce has been responsible for the market analysis, positioning and evolution of multiple SaaS-based products, and he has a proven track record of delivering technology solutions to market successfully. Bryce will play a key role in developing the solutions that integrate our customers' talent management functions and give them a competitive advantage,' Cariss said.

Based in the PageUp people Sydney office, Dunn's extensive international experience includes Compuware and Proxima Technology in Australia, and with companies in the UK and the US.

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