Sheahan replaces Bradley as ComOps CEO

Appointment made in advance of Bradley’s retirement

Business software vendor, ComOps, has announced Daniel Sheahan will be its next CEO, in advance of the retirement of former CEO, Richard Bradley.

Bradley is due to retire later this July.

Sheahan will take over the reins soon after, to lead the company through its next phase of growth.

“Significant growth potential exists for ComOps to address the IT business requirements of today’s Australian private and public sector organisations.

ComOps builds its position the organisation through continued product innovation and execution of our corporate strategy,” outgoing ComOps CEO, Richard Bradley, said.

Sheahan will be promoted from his current general manager of solutions marketing position, which he has held since 2011.

He also recently assumed the role of CEO elect, in advance of Bradley’s retirement.

Sheahan has more than 20 years of IT industry experience, during which time he has he held a number of senior global roles within Australia and the Asia-Pacific region.

He joined ComOps from HP, where he was head of strategy within the Asia-Pacific and Japan enterprise software division.

Prior to that, he was sales director at Compuware Corporation, executive vice-president of worldwide sales at Concord Communications, and senior vice-president of Asia-Pacific and Japan for IDS Scheer.

Sheahan is also one of the founding partners of Sententia Partners.