New boss for IBM Australia

Summary:IBM Australia boss Glen Boreham has today announced he plans to leave Big Blue to pursue personal goals.

IBM Australia boss Glen Boreham today announced that he plans to leave Big Blue to pursue personal goals.

Andrew Stevens

Andrew Stevens (Credit: IBM Australia)

After a 25-year career with IBM, Boreham is set to hand over his managing director duties to Andrew Stevens.

Stevens' previous role was managing partner for Global Business Services, Growth Markets, which saw him steer the application and consulting portfolio in the region.

Stevens joined IBM in 2002 as a result of the company's merger with PricewaterhouseCoopers' consulting arm. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce, majoring in accounting, finance and systems and commerce marketing.

In what is becoming a big week for IT leadership changes, Pip Marlow yesterday took the helm of Microsoft Australia. Marlow was granted the Australian top spot after Tracey Fellows was promoted in December to become the head of the company's Asia-Pacific operations.

Topics: IBM, Microsoft, Tech & Work


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