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Revera appoints new client services managers

15 Mar 2010

The Auckland-based computing infrastructure and platform services company has named two new client services managers.

According to the company Antony Large and Ian Taylor will manage Revera North Island customers and oversee the delivery of Revera’s VDC (Virtual Data Centre) infrastructure and platform services.

Large has a 26-year track record in IT and spent ten years at Wang Computers as a national support specialist for mini-mainframe and PC network integration, responsible for Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. He joins Revera after selling his own UK-based consulting companies and immigrating to New Zealand.

Taylor’s 20-plus years in IT includes both technical and sales roles Ravera said. He joins Revera following a short hiatus from the industry and earlier was a client manager at IT services provider Open Systems Specialists.

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