Role

Shane is the Chief Technology Officer at UNIFY Solutions.

Experience

Shane has over 20 years experience developing enterprise software solutions, and has been with UNIFY Solutions for 14 years, the last 8 as Chief Technology Officer.

Education

Shane has a Bachelor of Engineering (Computer) Hons I from the University of Wollongong.

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