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Advanced Computer Software picks up Firth for CFO role

Past experience with chairman and CEO helps Barbara Firth snare ACS role

Barbara Firth has been appointed the new chief financial officer at Primary
care sector IT provider Advanced Computer Software.

On 1 September, Firth, 56, takes over from Karen Bach, who is moving to the
CFO role at e-commerce business Kewill.

Having previously worked as CFO at Computer Software Group, she has
experience of working with chief executive Vin Murria and chairman Michael
Jackson on the group’s MBO, the subsequent merger with IRIS and later sale to
Hellman and Friedman.

‘I am delighted to welcome Barbara as this reunites the highly successful CS
Group team,’ said Murria. ‘I am sure her past experience at CS Group and IRIS
will contribute greatly towards many successful years for ACS.’

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