Menu
International software experts heads to Auckland to join Greentree ranks

International software experts heads to Auckland to join Greentree ranks

“This is an important time for Greentree as we increase our focus on addressing the evolving needs of mid-market businesses."

Greentree International, a provider of business management software, has announced the appointment of Diego Abrianos as Software Development Manager.

Based in Auckland, Abrianos will be responsible for the development of Greentree’s business management software product, Greentree4, a next-generation fully integrated ERP software platform.

“This is an important time for Greentree as we increase our focus on addressing the evolving needs of mid-market businesses with their adoption of Greentree4,” says Peter Dickinson, CEO, Greentree International.

“We look forward to tapping into Diego’s expertise to support the growth and success of both our customers and Greentree itself.”

Abrianos joins Greentree with over 15 years’ experience in enterprise software development - he was previously Software Development Manager for Hewlett Packard in Brazil, where he lead the implementation of unit testing across the research and development organisation.

In addition, he oversaw major releases of server management, networking configuration and storage virtualisation products.

As a member of the Software Process Improvement team, Abrianos also contributed to Agile methodology adoption and the tailoring of other processes across the organisation.

Abrianos has also held technical lead roles in New Zealand with Turners Auctions and fleet solutions company, Imarda.


Follow Us

Join the newsletter!

Error: Please check your email address.

Tags greentree

Featured

Slideshows

Sizing up the NZ security spectrum - Where's the channel sweet spot?

Sizing up the NZ security spectrum - Where's the channel sweet spot?

From new extortion schemes, outside threats and rising cyber attacks, the art of securing the enterprise has seldom been so complex or challenging. With distance no longer a viable defence, Kiwi businesses are fighting to stay ahead of the security curve. In total, 28 per cent of local businesses faced a cyber attack last year, with the number in New Zealand set to rise in 2017. Yet amidst the sensationalism, media headlines and ongoing high profile breaches, confusion floods the channel, as partners seek strategic methods to combat rising sophistication from attackers. In sizing up the security spectrum, this Reseller News roundtable - in association with F5 Networks, Kaspersky Lab, Tech Data, Sophos and SonicWall - assessed where the channel sweet spot is within the New Zealand channel. Photos by Maria Stefina.

Sizing up the NZ security spectrum - Where's the channel sweet spot?
Show Comments