Intact, a Dundalk based global innovator of ERP technology and services, has appointed Lionel Alexander as its new non-executive chairman.
He will replace Sean McEntee who will remain as non-executive director. McEntee was instrumental in driving the strategic direction of Intact over the last number of years and will continue to play a vital role as non-executive director.
Alexander, who served on the board of the IDA for almost 9 years, initially joined the board as non-executive director and has this month assumed the position of chair. Lionel also currently chairs the Institute of Technology Tralee, helping to oversee the consideration and execution of a merge with Cork IT.
Previously a board member of IBEC, and a former Board Member and President of American Chamber of Commerce, Alexander was also Vice President and Managing Director of HP Ireland after spending 18 years in Singapore running HP operations there.
“To have such a technology and business enthusiast like Lionel join our board at this pivotal moment in our growth is very exciting”, notes Intact CEO, Justin Lawless. “Right now, our focus is on bringing our unique flavour and perception of flexible ERP to the global market, and Lionel has both the experience and enthusiasm to help us on this journey”.
As the new chairman of Intact, Alexander reveals “When I met the Intact team, what stood out most was their desire to bring something both new and unique to the world of ERP. I immediately bought into their vision but more importantly, into their mission of making the worlds ERP experience better. ERP is not only a real live tool for growth, but the most important tool for growth and digital transformation in any business”
Intact, a Deliotte FAST 50 holder for three consecutive years, continues to grow in both reputation and market share throughout small-large sized distributive trade and merchant enterprises in Ireland, UK, Europe, Australia and New Zealand.