Pulse Software today announced that Co-Founder, Thomas Rajanayagam, has assumed the role of Chief Executive Officer, effective July 1st 2020. This is in line with the organisational transformation plan which commenced with the formation of the executive team in the 2018/19 fiscal year.
Geoff and I are committed more than ever to the continued growth and success of Pulse Software. Pulse continues to flourish in the local government sector, with it being only a short 7 years ago that we started the journey with one module and two NSW council clients. Now we have over 115 councils across Australia who on average have taken over four modules each out of the Pulse platform's dozen modules. We are at an exciting stage in the Pulse Software story and I feel privileged to lead the company through this. The goal for this fiscal year is further expansion in the local government sector as well as consolidation in our new sectors of Not-For-Profits, Engineering- Construction and Education"
Thomas RajanayagamCEO & Co-Founder
As Pulse enters its next chapter, in his role as CEO, Thomas' primary focus will be on execution of strategy and expanding the company's product alignment through innovation and growth. Thomas said: "my focus will be to accelerate our ability to bring innovative products to our customers more quickly and in turn deliver high quality, meaningful results to their organisations".
Pulse Software's Co-Founder, Geoff Reeves, will head up the Governance area of the business and in the interim continue to oversee the sales division. In addition, Geoff will work closely with Thomas on the growth area of the business.
In his closing comments, Thomas said: "Our Pulse clients have been and will continue to be the heartbeat of Pulse and as such we look forward to maintaining an intimate connection with them as we navigate the journey ahead".