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VSNi goes down under

VSNi has opened an office in Sydney, Australia to service Oceania. The GenStat and ASReml data analysis software vendor will offer direct support to our growing user base in Oceania.

VSNi Australia will provide sales, training and consultancy services and be headed up by Maryann Ebsworth, a long term user and GenStat enthusiast.

Previously, as the managing director of the Statistical Advisory Training Service, Ebsworth provided statistical consultancy to businesses, academics and tertiary students.

Ebsworth and her colleagues developed a variety of statistical training courses, locally and internationally, for beginners through to advanced statisticians.

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