NetSuite software distributor, NetReturn, has a new CEO with Adrian Wong replacing Andrew Birch.
Wong comes into the role having spent five years with the distributor, and was previously its head of professional services. That position will now be filled by Gary Katzeff.
Wong said Birch had left the company to pursue other avenues, but would remain with the company as a non-executive director.
“In my new role I’ll be continuing to place the company focus on our customers, and help them get a good ROI for the money spent on software,” he said.
“The market is a little more prudent in the uptake of business systems, but we are seeing growth across every market we’re in – it’s just taking a bit more time to get through.”
Despite the slowdown, NetReturn should continue to grow in 2009, Wong said.
“We have set ourselves modest growth plans, after seeing strong growth in the past few years. We’ve achieved those growth targets so far,” he said.
NetReturn also recently appointed Ed Hyder as its finance manager, responsible for finance and compliance.