November 12, 2012 – OBS has appointed Saul Sabath as Perth’s new branch manager to support the rapid growth in the Western Australian market. Saul joins OBS from NEC/CSG, where he was General Manager -Services and Strategy. At OBS, he will be responsible for the Western Australian business and driving further growth in the region.
Saul has over 13 years of experience in the IT sector. At NEC/CSG he was responsible for the development and performance of sales and revenue activities, developing and maintaining marketing strategies and the development and performance of Vendor/Partner relationships. Saul was pivotal in building the company’s Microsoft practice, growing the Microsoft SharePoint group to be the leaders in WA and leading east coast expansion with enterprise projects in Microsoft CRM/XRM.
“We are pleased to welcome Saul as the newest member of the OBS management team,” said Andy Neumann, Managing Director of OBS. “He has solid connections in the Perth customer base, as well as the national Microsoft team. With him on board, we’re expecting the Perth branch to grow even further in the next 12 months.”
OBS is a leading Australian IT Services Company focused on helping organisations transform their business with Microsoft technologies. Operating since 1999, OBS has worked with over 300 blue chip Australian government, public and private organisations including a quarter of the ASX 200. OBS provides specialist technical, consulting and managed application support services for organisations that wish to address performance, compliance and productivity initiatives on Microsoft SharePoint, Dynamics CRM and Cloud technologies. Backed by Macquarie Capital, OBS have over 140 staff that service Australia with offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide and Canberra.
As Australia’s first Microsoft Gold Partner, OBS currently holds five Microsoft Gold Competencies covering Portals & Collaboration, Digital Marketing, Search, CRM and Business Intelligence. OBS was named Australia’s Best Place to Work in 2012 by BRW magazine.