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Thursday I don't care about you, it's Friday I'm in love... with former IBM tech veteran

29 Aug 14

New Zealand tech firm Friday Solutions has announced that David Lynn has joined their team as Business Development Manager.

According to director Robert Lilley, Lynn brings a "wealth of experience" across the IT Consulting and Services sector having made significant contributions in New Zealand ICT institutions such as IBM, Eagle Technology Group and Critchlow.

“At Friday Solutions we love technology: but we have seen beautiful code and great contracts fail to deliver the desired outcomes because the people and process elements have been neglected or not fully engaged," he says.

Based in Auckland, Friday Solutions is a responsive New Zealand owned Business and Technology Consultancy.

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