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Aurion signs seven to service expansion

  • 26 September, 2007 12:37

<p>Brisbane-based human resources management solutions (HRMS) firm Aurion has announced seven appointments as the company continues to expand.</p>
<p>Aurion signed up 16 new clients in the financial year to June 30, including City of Port Phillip, Endeavour Foundation and McCullough Robertson.</p>
<p>Warren Price, who was recruited from Empower and has experience with several other payroll vendors, has already achieved early successes as Aurion’s new Business Development Manager NSW.</p>
<p>Aurion has also strengthened its professional services and support teams in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne, and added a product consultant in Perth.</p>
<p>Steven Sinfield has been appointed Support Lead at head office in Brisbane. He came from Technology One.</p>
<p>Vikesh Chand, formerly with NRMA, and Loraine Bryson, recruited from Technology One, strengthen Aurion’s Sydney operation as Professional Services Consultants. Vikesh was involved in NRMA’s implementation of Payglobal. Loraine, who spent several years with Technology One, has many years’ experience in payroll and consulting.</p>
<p>Di Liley, new Product Consultant in Aurion’s Perth operation, also joins from Technology One. She will help both sales and services staff and becomes Aurion’s first staffer to be permanently based in Western Australia.</p>
<p>Steve Sykes and Mark O’Kane strengthen Aurion’s Melbourne-based Professional Services team. Steve was formerly with The Pay Office, while Mark arrived from the Productivity Commission.</p>
<p>Aurion’s Managing Director Silvano Basso says: “The key to Aurion’s escalating success lies in service and support, so we continue to recruit quality staff in these crucial areas.”</p>
<p>About Aurion
Aurion Corporation is a leading provider of HRMS solutions in Australia, with a track record of innovation since its beginnings in 1985. It was the first company to deliver a HR Self Service system in Australia and one of the first globally. The company’s performance measure is that all Aurion implementations are successful.
Aurion is wholly Australian owned. Business Management Limited (BML) and the Aurion founders (the original development team remain as shareholders) hold the equity. Hundreds of Australian clients include News Ltd, Boeing, John Fairfax, Thiess and many state, local and federal government agencies.</p>
<p>For more information</p>
<p>Adrian Gosbell, Aurion - 07 3368 9644 or 0410 588164</p>

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