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Brett Hodgson to leave Unisys

Brett Hodgson to leave Unisys

Managing director leaving to pursue other interests

Unisys confirms that Mr Brett Hodgson is leaving the company to pursue other interests. The company has started recruiting to replace him.

In the interim, Phill Heggie will assume the responsibility of leading Unisys’ business in New Zealand in an acting capacity.

Heggie is vice president for sales and business development for global managed services, Unisys Asia Pacific.

Hodgson was appointed managing director, Unisys New Zealand in 2006. Before this, he enjoyed a four-year tenure with Unisys New Zealand in a number of management roles, including general manager global outsourcing and infrastructure services and Southern region manager.


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