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Lucsan Capital hires Imelda Newton to lead new software unit

03 February 2010  |  1203 views  |  0 Source: Lucsan Capital

Lucsan Capital, an innovative consulting services and advisory group specialising in system implementation and data migration for the financial services sector, has announced the appointment of a General Manager for its newly established business division, Lucsan Technology, to look after its software products.

Imelda Newton has been appointed General Manager of Lucsan Technology and brings to the group a wealth of experience in the financial services software industry. Prior to joining Lucsan Technology, Imelda spent 13 years with SunGard in a number of roles, building their financial services technology business in Australia and Asia. Most recently she held the position of Managing Director, Australia / NZ.

Lucsan Capital was recently recognised as one Australia's fastest growing companies, ranking 18th on the BRW Fast 100 list. This growth continues and the formation of Lucsan Technology positions the company to better serve this expansion.

Within Lucsan's new division Lucsan Technology, LMIG®, a proven end-to-end data migration platform, will continue to be enhanced according to market needs. LMIG®, first created as a data migration technology to assist Lucsan's clients with the implementation of trading systems, has evolved into a scalable solution able to strategically address a wide variety of project and BAU challenges. LMIG® directs the movement and validation of data and the management of associated processes while providing transparency, validation and repeatability in a controlled and auditable environment.

Harold Lucero, CEO, said, "Lucsan is entering its next growth phase and we welcome the addition of Imelda to our team. Imelda's experience will help us extend the value of our solutions to our existing customers and further develop our presence in the Asia Pacific markets."

Newton said, "I am very pleased to be part of the growing business at Lucsan. With constant technology transformations in the financial services sector, we are seeing increased demand for specialist data migration software and services. This is an area where our expert tools and services can minimise project risk and reduce project costs."

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