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Deloitte Australia Hires New Leader For Financial Services
September 7, 2012
Deloitte Australia has appointed a new leader for its financial services technology sector. Maickel Sweekhorst has nearly 30 years of experience as a project manager.
Sweekhorst has advised a number of IT providers. He joined Deloitte in 2012 after serving with Capgemini for over 12 years. Most of his experience with Capgemini was spent serving clients in the financial sector. Sweekhorst helped businesses deliver services in shorter time-frames and better match their services to the needs of their clients.
Sweekhorst said companies are looking for new solutions to maximize their return on return on capital. They will need to form new partnerships in order to reach their financial goals.
Sweekhorst said these firms will need to take advantage of new technologies to realize these goals. The firms that are able to deliver the best value are those that can build the best relationships with their customers. They will need to connect with their customers irrespective of their niche.
The technologies Sweekhorst and his team intend to introduce will help their client’s deliver their services more quickly and will make them more cost-efficient. Deloitte Australia’s clients are optimistic that these solutions will help them improve profitability and make them more competitive.