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Fronde appoints Jason Delamore as new CEO

Fronde Announcement

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - Fronde Systems Group Ltd (“Fronde”) today announced the appointment of Jason Delamore to the role of Chief Executive Officer, who will be based in Auckland New Zealand, with effect from 29 April 2019.

The Hon. David Bartlett (Fronde’s Chairman) said “after an extensive recruitment process across New Zealand and Australia, we are delighted that Jason has decided to join Fronde. His proven leadership across a range of industry sectors, including technology, energy, infrastructure, tourism and retail are all extremely relevant to grow our business in both the public and private sectors across New Zealand and Australia."

“He has a solid background that will serve Fronde well, most recently holding the role of GM Marketing and Technology with Auckland International Airport (AIA), and as such has been responsible for building and engaging with a growing large customer base, creating new digital platforms and transforming the technology operations and was deeply involved in customer experience initiatives impacting 20 million passenger interactions each year. “

About his appointment, Mr Delamore says, “I’m enormously excited to be a part of the opportunity to further grow and leverage the IP that Fronde has spent the last 3 years developing. I look forward to executing on the company’s strategy and leading the business through its next phase of growth."

Mr Delamore’s earlier career roles have been on both the customer and vendor side in both New Zealand and overseas and include organisations such as Landis + Gyr, Contact Energy, Vector. CSG Systems, (Denver, Colorado), Lucent Technology (Singapore) and IBM. He notes a few career highlights as leading large and complex operational units, operating successfully in international markets and creating world first digital initiatives.

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