As part of an ongoing effort to position SunGard Investment Management Systems for continued growth, the organisation has announced two executive appointments. Doug Morgan has been appointed president of SunGard Investment Management Systems and John MacIlwaine has been appointed chief technology officer. Morgan joins SunGard Investment Management Systems with nearly fifteen years of senior management experience in the financial information and technology industry. In his new role as president, he will have day-to-day management responsibility for the INVEST ONE, XAMIN, IMpower, and InvesTier business lines. MacIlwaine has over twelve years of experience working in CTO capacities, primarily within the financial services industry. As chief technology officer, MacIlwaine will lead the effort to evolve INVEST ONE’s technology to the next generation, and to develop and implement an integrated technology strategy across multiple product lines.
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