Seelan Nayagam swaps IBM for CSC managing director role

Former IBM Asia Pacific application services general manager Seelan Nayagam has moved to CSC to become its new Australian managing director and general manager.

Nayagam spent 15 years at IBM in a number of positions including APAC global business services vice president and partner. Based in Sydney, he will be responsible for driving growth for CSC and managing the vendor's Australian and New Zealand operations.

Nayagam replaced CSC’s former managing director, Gavin Larkings, who left the vendor in March 2014 after 15 years in the role.

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  • According to CSC global sales and marketing general manager John Maguire, Nayagam’s “extensive experience” in APAC markets will be of great value to the company.

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