Andy has an extensive background in technology leadership including CEO of Logica, a £4bn turnover listed IT services Company, and CEO of BT Global Services, the enterprise arm of British Telecom. In 2020 Andy was awarded Commander of the British Empire (CBE) for his contributions to the Information Technology and British Space Industries. His passion to transform the industry to support sustainable water and energy resources is further demonstrated by his roles as the Chair of WaterAid UK and as a UK National Infrastructure Commissioner. Spending time in both Australia and the UK, he contributes both a local presence and global perspective to Gentrack’s customers and shareholders.
Andy is also the Chair of Lowell Group, a Permira backed credit management company, Senior Independent Director at Airtel Africa, and Non-executive Director at Link Administration Holdings, an ASX listed provider of financial administration services.
Fiona is an experienced Director and Audit Committee Chair. Her current, active board roles include being a Director of Freightways Limited (NZX) and Director and Audit Committee Chair of the First Gas Group companies and BNZ Life Insurance and BNZ Insurance Services. Fiona was formerly a Director of Tilt Renewables Limited (NZX/ASX), Augusta Group Limited ()NZX), Vinta Funds Management Limited, Public Trust and the National Provident Fund.
Fiona has Executive level leadership experience in asset management, funds management and private equity, including holding the roles of Chief Operating Officer of BT Funds Management (NZ), Westpac’s investment arm, and General Manager, Wealth Management for AMP NZ. Fiona also managed the Risk and Operations function of AMP’s Sydney and (owned at the time) London based Private Capital division. Fiona has specialist knowledge of investments and the capital markets.
Fiona holds degrees in Law and Arts from the University of Auckland and is a qualified Solicitor in New Zealand, New South Wales and England. Prior to her management career, Fiona practiced as a corporate and commercial lawyer at a senior level in Auckland, Sydney and London, specialising in mergers and acquisitions.
Darc is a seasoned enterprise software professional with over 25 years’ experience successfully building and growing Software as a Service (SaaS) and Cloud-based businesses across global markets. He has spent his career working and living in Europe, the USA and Asia/Pacific, growing public and private companies including Infor, SAP, IntraPower (Trusted Cloud) and Integrated Research.
He led the SAP (NYSE:SAP) global CRM Line of Business, building it from start-up to total annual revenues of US$1.5 billion in 2007. He was also CEO at Integrated Research (ASX:IRI) where he led the company through a whole of business transformation strategy that delivered 70%+ revenue and profit growth along with a tripling of the company’s market capitalisation.
Darc led the development and execution of a product and go to market strategy that won Integrated Research the distinction of Gartner “Cool Vendor” and established the company as the global market leader in Unified Communications Performance Management. Darc is also currently a Non-Executive Director at JESI, Remote Worker Management Software and Objective Corporation (ASX:OCL).
Stewart Sherriff was appointed CEO of New Zealand mobile challenger 2degrees in August 2013, having served as the company’s Chairman for the previous 4 years, and interim CEO since April 1st, a position he held until he retired in June 2019. He remains on the Board of 2degrees as a non-executive Director.
Born in Scotland, Stewart began his 44-year career in telecommunications with British Telecom. He left the UK in 1984 to progress an international career, working in 20 countries for various Telcos. Stewart has learned mobile from the ground up, starting as a technician, progressing to a system specialist, field services manager, BSS specialist and senior engineer before entering senior management as Head of Operations for Hong Kong Operator Smartone.
In 1997 he became CTO at mobile pioneer Western Wireless International, with responsibility for IT, Engineering, Marketing, Customer Care and Technical operations. Six years later, Stewart was seconded as CEO of Meteor, Ireland’s third entrant mobile operator. Under his leadership, Meteor became a successful third player challenging Vodafone and O2.
In 2006 he rejoined Western Wireless founders John Stanton and Brad Horwitz at Trilogy International Partners. As CTO he oversaw Trilogy’s operations in Bolivia, Haiti, Dominican Republic and New Zealand.
Prior to chairing 2degrees, Stewart Chaired Vega Slovenia was Vice Chairman of Telering Austria and served on the boards of Vipnet Croatia, Voila Haiti, Neuvatel Bolivia and jNetX USA.
Nick has extensive private equity experience focusing on the technology industry and is currently a Partner at Hg, which previously had invested in Gentrack.
He has deep experience across a number of significant organisations in the business services, financial processing and technology sectors.
He has served as a Non Executive Director at a variety of private equity backed companies including British based Achilles, JLA, Radius Worldwide, Paycorp Group (Pty) Ltd (South Africa), XP Investimentos (Brazil) and AGS Transact Technologies Ltd (India).
Nick completed an MBA with Distinction at INSEAD and a Bachelor of Commerce and Arts (Honours) from the University of Melbourne.
Gary joined Gentrack in October 2020 following an extensive international career in enterprise technology innovation and cloud capabilities, including serving on the leadership team of Amdocs (NASDAQ:DOX), a provider of cloud business software and services to the communications industry. At Amdocs he served as Chief Marketing Officer and prior to this role, was Division President and CTO, leading strategy development, building the product portfolio and sales organisation as well as overseeing Amdocs’ digital services, big data and mobile engagement divisions.
He has also founded and successfully scaled several technology companies including jNetX, a next-generation intelligent network platform for communication service providers, prior to its acquisition by Amdocs in 2009.
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