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Hindin Solutions appoints new CEO

Hindin Solutions appoints new CEO

Neil Fletcher joins the company from Arc Innovations

New Zealand-based software company Hindin Solutions as appointed Neil Fletcher as its new CEO.

Fletcher joins Hindin Solutions after seven years as CTO and general manager of Technology Services at Arc Innovations. Prior to that, he held roles at Motorola, Lucent Technologies and Tait Electronics.

“I’m very pleased to have the opportunity to lead the organisation in this new phase as it continues to grow from strength to strength. The company already has a blue chip customer base using our flagship Unison Enterprise Workflow Platform which will also put us in good stead to capitalise on new opportunities," says Fletcher regarding his appointment.

For David Hindin, the company's chairman, Fletcher's appointment is "a key milestone in a continued growth strategy that has seen Hindin double in size over the past three years".


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