Business software vendor ComOps' chief executive officer, Daniel Sheahan, has resigned from the company’s board.
His resignation is effective 30 June 2013 and ComOps has commenced a search for a new CEO, the company said in its ASX filing.
ComOps has named Colin Henson as joint CEO, who will work in a part-time capacity until the end of June. Henson has worked as a consultant with ComOps since November.
Henson has assisted with the company with its ongoing transformational change, and will help the company in the selection in the new long-term CEO who will replace Sheahan.
Sheahan took on the CEO role last year following the retirement of former CEO, Richard Bradley. He had joined ComOps from HP, where he had been head of strategy within its Asia-Pacific and Japan enterprise software division, ARN previously reported.
ComOps is a provider of enterprise and workforce management software that are used by customers such as Toshiba, Dulux, Canon, NSW Lotteries and DP World and Commonwealth Bank.