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Kitomba Announces New CEO

Kitomba has appointed co-founder Al Quinn as the company’s new Chief Executive Officer.

Quinn succeeds founding CEO Tom Murphy who has departed after 15 years at the helm of Kitomba.

During that time Kitomba has become a leading software company in the hair and beauty industry with an exciting future focused on continued local and international growth.

Murphy says “I’m really proud of what we’ve built with Kitomba and feel confident I’m passing it to safe hands that will continue to provide salons and spas with an excellent product to help drive their success further”.

Quinn has played a key part in Kitomba’s extraordinary growth into a full business management solution which now has thousands of customers across New Zealand, Australia and the UK.

He has worked across every area of the Kitomba business, giving him a thorough understanding of the company and a strong appreciation of its customers.

Quinn is focused on building on Kitomba’s strong success.

“I’m pleased to be leading such a capable and dedicated team at Kitomba. I look forward to using our industry knowledge and technology leadership to take Kitomba to the next level and continue to improve the life of our customers.”

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