Gallick will work closely with the Board to achieve its growth ambitions CNL Software, a world leader in Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, is pleased to announce the appointment of Colin Gallick as the Non-Executive Main Board Director at CNL Software. Gallick will work closely with the Board to achieve its growth ambitions and brings more than 30 years' "C" level sales, marketing and general management experience within the software industry. Gallick was a founder and main board director of Help Desk Vendor, Utopia Technology Inc., who were sold to Royal Blue PLC in 1997. He was an early joiner and main board director for Witness Systems Inc., the leader in Call Centre Quality Monitoring systems and built the International business to account for over 40% of company revenue. He was a key member of the team that executed the successful IPO on NASDAQ. In 2001, Colin was an early stage investor/founder in GuardedNet Inc., the Security Information Management vendor, where he set up the EMEA operations, later serving as CEO. GuardedNet was sold to Micromuse Inc. in 2005, which subsequently was acquired by IBM in 2006. More recently, Gallick was CEO of Invu PLC; an AIM listed Software Company, where he led the team that has made significant growth in revenues and profits. On his appointment to the role at CNL Software Gallick commented, "I am excited to join the Board at CNL Software who are making impressive progress in the Physical Security and Facilities markets. They already have some stellar references and my previous experiences within the Information Management and Process Automation sectors will allow me to make a valuable contribution to the company. I look forward to working with my colleagues on the Board to enrich the debates both within the company and with our stake holders to steer the company towards the ambitious growth goals we have defined." CEO and Founder, Keith Bloodworth, welcomed the appointment by saying: "We are pleased to welcome Colin to the company. His wealth of knowledge and relevant experience of high growth software companies will be an asset to the Board, particularly at this time. He is already making a significant impact on our future direction and we are looking forward to working with him at this time in our international expansion." Gallick holds an M.Sc. from the University of Bath and is a member of the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists.
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