The Business Application Software Developers Association (BASDA) has
appointed Kevin Misselbrook, customer services director for
as its new deputy chairman.
Misselbrook has been an active member of
BASDA for more than eight
years, serving on a number of the working parties. He was elected to the General
Council in March 2001.
He has played a significant role in initiatives such as the BASDA Code of
Practice and the new BSI PAS76 standard for VAT Accounting. In his new role he
will be engaging directly with the government and other decision-making
authorities in the UK and worldwide on behalf of the software industry.
‘BASDA in an invaluable interpreter of legal and regulatory changes and the
impact of these requirements on business software solutions,’ said Misselbrook.
‘I look forward to representing BASDA and the great work that it does for the
Keeling , BASDA chief executive, said: ‘Kevin has played an
important part in the success of BASDA over the years, and brings with him a
wealth of experience to the role. As a natural negotiator, Kevin will be a
credit to our organisation.’
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