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More executive changes at iSoft

Following the departure of iSoft Australia and New Zealand managing director Denis Tebbutt last month, the company has today confirmed two more of its Australian executive team have left the company.
Written by Josh Taylor, Contributor on

Following the departure of iSoft Australia and New Zealand managing director Denis Tebbutt last month, the company has today confirmed two more of its Australian executive team have left the company.

iSoft confirmed to ZDNet Australia that the company's ANZ operations director Rein de Vries and client engagement director Peter Hong had both left the company.

iSoft's head of brand and communications Sally Durant said that the departures were "part of a planned restructure that is part of the repositioning of the ANZ business for more focused growth".

The news of the departures comes as the company announced a further downgrade of its expected revenue for the 2010 financial year to $430 million. This number is around $10 to $15 million less than expected revenues following the previous downgrade announced in June. The company cited further delays in the roll-out of its e-health network in the UK National Health Service, which is now not expected to be completed until September 2012.

Last week iSoft announced it had completed its roll-out of a new patient management system in Victorian hospitals as part of the state's HealthSMART program.

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