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Camms hires Mottram to lead A/NZ

Camms hires Mottram to lead A/NZ

Seasoned former SAP employee, Clinton Mottram, takes hold of Camms Group

Australian-based provider of corporate performance management and business intelligence, Camms Group, has appointed Clinton Mottram as its A/NZ general manager.

Mottram previously worked for software giant, SAP, for the past 15 years most recently as its head of sales, business and analytical services for Asia Pacific and Japan.

“My experience at SAP has given me a unique perspective on how specialised businesses like Camms can deliver innovation to customers,” Mottram said.

Camms has developed an integrated suite of solutions and its premier product, Sycle, takes the client’s performance management framework (including scorecards, planning, risk, project, and budget management), integrates it with business intelligence requirements and drives business operations into one tailored solution.

Some of Camms' New Zealand customers include Dunedin City Council and Waipa District Council.

Australian customers include City of Melbourne, Lake Macquarie City Council, Department of Fire and Emergency Services Western Australia, and Bendigo Health Care Group.

The company is also implementing a global partnership program with strategically aligned software houses and consulting firms to increase growth and provide alternative distribution options for customers in both the public and private sector.

Camms has offices in five countries including New Zealand, Canada, Sri Lanka, UK and Australia.


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