ASX-listed Melbourne IT (ASX:MLB) has filled two high-level executive positions.
Former chief technology officer, Dr. Bruce Tonkin, has been appointed the company’s chief strategy officer (CSO) and Glenn Gore has been picked to take on his old position.
According to Melbourne IT, the CSO position is a newly created one. Both men officially took over their roles on June 1.
Tonkin was the company’s chief technology officer from 1999 onwards while Gore served as Melbourne IT’s group manager for product & service innovation from June 2005.
The appointments come on the back of chief operating officer, Andrew Field, announcing his resignation as of August 7 to take on a new chief financial officer role at superannuation firm, Superpartners
A Melbourne IT spokesperson confirmed the COO position would be maintained, but was unable to provide a deadline for when it would be filled.