After 16 years at the helm, Senteq Information Systems founder Jonathan Fisk has resigned from his post as CEO to allow new blood to drive the company to the fore of the managed server and voice/data fields.
Fisk will take the role of executive chairman, Geoff Croshaw will step into his former role as chief executive officer and Peter Thorne has been appointed chief operating officer.
Fisk says the role of executive chairman will allow him to focus on strategic relationships, strategy formulation and growth, and company development.
"We've changed as a business quite dramatically over the last few years and these managerial changes reflect that. [They] are designed to take advantage of Senteq's strength in managed services within the voice and data markets - areas in which we have gained significant market share over the last 24 months," he says.
Building on a strong foundation in desktop and network services, Senteq's growth in voice and mobile solutions over the last two years has enabled the company to provide complete solutions for the implementation and management of voice and data networks.