Living systems Asia, a global provider of collaborative e-commerce solutions, today announced the appointments of Jamieson Bryan as its vice president of Business Development and James Chin as sales director.
Bryan has more than 24 years of experience in the IT, financial services and consulting industries. Before joining living systems Asia, Bryan was the managing director of debtdomain, the world's first online secondary loan portal. Prior to debtdomain, he was a founding member and managing director of Renaissance Capital Investments, a venture capital company.
Bryan has held senior executive positions in international consulting firms and banks, including Ernst & Young, A.T. Kearney, Booz, Allen & Hamilton, Westpac Panin Bank and the Bank of Nova Scotia. Bryan has provided strategic counsel to over 30 major regional and international banks, and regularly addresses industry leaders in regional financial seminars and conferences.
Chin brings more than 10 years of Asian IT industry experience to living systems Asia. Prior to joining living systems Asia, Chin was SilverStream Software’s director of South East Asia (SEA), where he led SilverStream’s penetration of the SEA market and established SEA as a major revenue contributor for SilverStream in Asia Pacific.
Before joing SilverStream, Chin held business development and strategic alliance positions in Sybase Singapore. He also played important roles in securing major customers such as OUB, Citibank, Dresdner Bank, and WestLB Bank.
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