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Advanced Data Integration expands management team to support business growth

  • 07 May, 2004 09:54

<p>Brisbane, Australia – Australian developer of electronic document management system DataWorks, Advanced Data Integration (ADI), has created three new roles in its management team to support the company’s growing business in the local government and commercial markets.</p>
<p>David Hain has been appointed to the role of General Manager Client Services while Leanne MacTaggart has been made the Northern Region Manager. Both people are new recruits. Marie Krestan, the former Software Development Manager has been promoted to the newly created position of General Manager, Product Development.</p>
<p>“ADI has grown significantly over the last few years and so we have created these new management positions to give the organisation the structure it needs to build on that success,” said co-founder and Chief Executive Officer, Chris Gorry.</p>
<p>ADI is already the leading supplier of electronic document management systems in the local Government market and is expanding its business into other areas such as health, finance and utilities.</p>
<p>Involved in the IT industry for nearly 25 years David Hain was formerly with Dialog where he held the position of Manager - Business Intelligence Solutions. In his new role at ADI, David is responsible for all activities in the areas of marketing, professional services, sales and support.</p>
<p>Leanne MacTaggart has more than 20 years’ sales experience in information technology and communications markets, particularly in the health sector. Prior to joining ADI Leanne was General Manager - Business Development Australia/Asia Pacific for software developer Lukeman Australia. In her current role Leanne is responsible for supporting ADI’s Queensland and Northern Territory operations with particular focus on expanding the business in the health and other markets.</p>
<p>Marie Krestan was one of the first employees to join ADI when it was established in 1994. Always involved in the development of the DataWorks software Marie now heads the new division created to support the further development of the software as it evolves to meet the needs of various target markets adding new electronic document management features and expanding the software’s self-management capabilities.</p>
<p>About Advanced Data Integration</p>
<p>Advanced Data Integration (ADI) is a leading Australian software and services company providing DataWorks, an electronic document management system, to more than 150 organisations in Australia, New Zealand and Malaysia. DataWorks is a market leader in the local government sector providing more than 130 local government authorities with a software solution to better capture, centralise and manage documents through work flow, imaging and storage. The software improves business processes and assists risk mitigation through the electronic identification and handling of documents. DataWorks is increasingly being used in the commercial, State Government, health, transport, utilities and education sectors. For more information please visit our web site, www.advdata.com.au.</p>

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