Platform provider Decimal has announced its new chief executive, two days after former boss Carolyn Colley stood down after one year in the role.
In an announcement on the ASX, Decimal said that Nic Pollock will begin the role on 23 November 2015.
According to the statement, Mr Pollock will focus on building sales with early clients and building a strong pipeline.
Mr Pollock was most recently the managing director at Resource Governance International and has also worked at Oracle. He has been operating in the enterprise software and professional services market at a senior level for over 20 years.
"The board welcomes Nic and looks forward to his leadership with founder, Jan Kolbusz, in driving the commercialisation of Decimal to the next level," the statement said.
Ms Colley will continue to act as an adviser to Decimal for strategic business development until 31 December, according to the statement.
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