eResearch SA is delighted to announce that Bruce Linn has been appointed Chairman of eResearch SA.
Bruce Linn is an experienced Company Director and formerly CEO of Finlaysons Lawyers based in Adelaide, South Australia.
His previous executive roles include Executive Director for EDS, responsible for all State Government business of EDS in Australia and Chief Executive of Camtech, one of Australia's leading Internet & Electronic Payments companies.
A science graduate of The University of Adelaide, he has over 30 years experience in business management, leadership, marketing and information communications technology.
Bruce takes over from Emeritus Professor Max Brennan who retired from the position on 31 December 2012.
Mary Hobson, Director of eResearch SA said “I would like to thank Max for his tireless work as Chairman of eResearch SA. In his time as Chair he helped to guide us through large and exciting changes. He was there as we won the RDSI and NeCTAR bids and played an important role in steering eResearch SA to the position it is in now.”
“We are a much more robust organisation today and that success is in part due to Max. I am very pleased to have Bruce on board and I have every confidence that he will further strengthen eResearch SA in the period ahead.
“It is a testament to eResearch SA’s progress in its industry to be able to attract someone of Bruce’s caliber to the eResearch SA Board.”
Bruce Linn said “I’m excited to be coming on Board with eResearch SA. eResearch SA is an innovative organisation working at the bleeding edge of technology advances. I look forward to playing my role in assisting researchers in South Australia access the technology solutions they need to be competitive on the world stage.”
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eResearch SA is a collaborative joint venture between the University of Adelaide, Flinders University and the University of South Australia. eResearch SA offers expert computing technology knowledge services and facilities to research, government and business sectors.