A management reshuffle at financial planning software provider Intiger Group will see its managing director renew focus on the global business' expansion plans.
Following the successful launch of its BOOM platform, Intiger has announced that founder and managing director Mark Fisher will pass responsibility for the business' operations on to executives Sharon Wright and Charles Blake.
Fisher will now focus on driving the group's global growth strategy which will include the acquisition of sector-aligned international companies.
"Mark Fisher and his team have done a brilliant hob building and releasing our BOOM platform. It's the right time for Mark to now turn to maximising the strategic opportunities that are available to the company," Intiger chairman Patrick Canion said.
The group also welcomed a new non-executive director in Tony Chong, lead partner of Lavan's Corporate Services Group. He replaces Mathew Walker who has chosen to pursue other commercial activities although remains a shareholder.
In addition to being a corporate and tax lawyer, Chong is also a chartered tax adviser and has served as a director to a number of ASX-listed, private and non-profit companies.
Walker said: "I have thoroughly enjoyed my tenure as a director of Intiger and am comforted to be leaving the business in such a strong financial and fundamental position. The business and management have my full support and I look forward to seeing the business develop and mature as a supportive shareholder."