Gentrack Group Limited (NZX/ASX: GTK), a leading provider of software solutions for utilities and airports, is delighted to announce David Wills as its new Chief Operating Officer.
The Auckland-based information technology leader and business change specialist is responsible for driving the global marketing, service delivery and technical support functions for Gentrack’s growing international solution business.
With extensive experience in business transformation and large-scale ERP solution implementations, Wills joins Gentrack from software company Qrious, where he held the positions of CTO and acting CEO. Previously, he served as CIO at Ofcom, the UK’s communications regulator, and held senior roles at Centrica, the largest utility in the UK; London Electricity; Xero and airports technology company Amadeus.
“It’s a pleasure to join Gentrack as it continues to expand its position as a leader in the utilities and airports software market. I look forward to heading up all aspects of corporate services and service delivery, ensuring that customers can unlock real business value with Gentrack’s world-class solutions and industry expertise. I’m also excited to explore the tangible benefits that Agile methodologies and practices can bring to the wider organisation to enhance our customer engagement and support model.”
Ian Black, Gentrack’s Chief Executive, says: “With David’s expertise, we will continue to innovate our approach to service delivery so that our customers can rapidly deploy our solutions and derive the maximum value from our product and service offerings.
“David’s leadership will ensure that our customers can continuously benefit from our investment in solutions and deep market knowledge, enabling them to drive operational efficiency, improve revenues and transform customer engagement so they can remain ahead of competitors.”