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If there is anybody who understands the need for flexibility and scalability in a system, it’s Chris Yates from Tennis Australia. As the CIO of the governing body for tennis in the country, Yates oversees an IT strategy that is perhaps best known for supporting the organisation’s prestigious tournaments, including the Australian Open and Davis cup.
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