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Garth Biggs joins Techtonics board

Garth Biggs joins Techtonics board

The Techtonics board now consists of Garth Biggs, Ross Bidmead (chair) and John Fletcher

The Techtonics Group has appointed Garth Biggs to its board.

A well-known professional director and consultant, Biggs has an extensive experience across both IT and business roles, including being former CIO at Air New Zealand and CEO at Gen-i.

The Techtonics board now consists of Biggs, Ross Bidmead (chair) and John Fletcher.

Techtonics, which was founded in 1987, is an enterprise content management services practice.

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