on a New Journee with CEO Appointment

0 has announced the appointment of technology executive and entrepreneur, Duncan Journee, as their new CEO.

With more than 20 years’ experience in software development and cloud technology, Mr. Journee has worked for renowned technology brands like SAP and Fujitsu, as well as leading start-ups and scale-up businesses in Australia.

In his most recent venture, Mr. Journee’s leadership ensured that Microsoft Dynamics 365 partner, Clade Solutions, grew strongly, to become a trusted partner for many organisations seeking to modernise their business applications platform and stay ahead of the curve in a rapidly evolving market. Mr. Journee subsequently sold Clade Solutions to Brennan, in 2022. Non-executive director and shareholder Rod Drury said he welcomed Mr. Journee’s appointment as an important milestone in’s journey to expand the business outside New Zealand. Mr. Drury said; “I am excited about Duncan joining the team as CEO. We believe his expertise and energy will be critical in helping the team to continue building pioneering software and sell it in Australia and the rest of the world.”

Lead investor and Movac Partner Mark Vivian also welcomed Journee’s appointment as’s new CEO, acknowledging his calibre as an exciting scale-up venture leader.

Mr. Journee expressed his enthusiasm to take the helm of to build on the company’s already solid foundations. “It’s not often you get an opportunity like this to head up a technology business like, which has developed world-first customer engagement software, with big-brand early adopters in New Zealand. I am eager to work with the existing team to showcase their work to the world,” Mr. Journee said.

With this appointment, current CEO, Ben Pujji, will take on a new role as Chief Product Officer, to focus on driving a customer-centric product strategy and diversified goto- market strategy. Mr. Pujji led through its early product pivot and then successful market validation phase, culminating in a $5m Series A capital raise, led by leading NZ venture capital firm Movac, to fund further growth.


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