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Ross takes sales helm for Asparona

Ross takes sales helm for Asparona

Business software implementation specialist Asparona has appointed former Oracle New Zealand applications sales director Callum Ross to lead its local sales team.

For the past eight years Ross has led the Oracle New Zealand applications team, and he has also spent more than seven years with Oracle in the UK, where he was responsible for key airline industry accounts including British Airways, Emirates, Virgin Airlines, and the British Airport Authority.

“I am really excited to join a local company with the ability to go out there and be flexible and truly make a difference,” says Ross. “After twenty years with Oracle it was time for a change – and I wanted that change to be about being part of a local business with solid growth potential and highly experienced local consultants.”

Asparona is an Oracle Platinum Partner and employs 75 staff in its offices in Auckland, Wellington and Sydney.


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