Wee Tee Hsien Appointed General Manager of CISCO Recall

CISCO Recall, a provider of records management, data protection services and digital document management announced the appointment of Wee Tee Hsien as general manager for the Singapore-based business. Hsien will replace Glenn Withers, who is relocating back to Australia and joining Recall ANZ as general manager, document management solutions.

Hsien has more than 15 years of experience in IT service outsourcing and managed services in the Asia-Pacific region. Prior to joining CISCO Recall, Hsien spent five years in Fuji Xerox’s document outsourcing business where he was responsible for the management, expansion and growth of premier accounts in the Asia-Pacific region. In addition, he has experience with Hewlett-Packard Singapore as strategic engagement director of the technology solutions group.

“More than ever organizations are streamlining business processes and outsourcing non-core functions for greater productivity. I have seen first-hand the value an outsourcing partnership can bring to companies, and this presents excellent growth opportunities for CISCO Recall. Customers are looking to us not just for storage and archival but to manage their information assets throughout its entire lifecycle; from creation to destruction,” Hsien said.

Hsien holds a degree in computing science from Staffordshire University, United Kingdom and a post graduate diploma in business administration from The Singapore Institute of Management.

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