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MRI Announces Senior Appointments

23.04.2020, 20:33

MRI Announces Senior Appointments

MRI Software has promoted Roman Telerman to Chief Financial Officer and appointed software executive, David Bowie, as SVP and Managing Director for Asia Pacific.

Telerman, who replaces outgoing CFO, Bruce Duner, joined MRI in 2010. He has seen the company expand its global presence from 35 countries to over 170. Responsible for managing global financial strategy, operations and forecasting, he will continue to support MRI’s growth, scalability and financial health. He says: “I am excited to further contribute to MRI’s growth strategy and execution as CFO.

“It has been a great journey so far and promises to offer new opportunities as we continue to grow into new real estate subsectors and extend our global reach.”

Bowie brings more than 25 years’ experience in the APAC software space, where MRI acquired market-leading provider of residential property and strata management solutions, Rockend, last year to extend its offering to almost 6,000 clients who are served by some 200 employees.

Based in Sydney, Bowie joins MRI from AI and analytics industry leader, SAS, where he served as Vice President and Managing Director of its Australia and New Zealand division after holding leadership roles at IBM and Dimension Data.

Bowie says: “I am eager to take up this new role to help steer further growth and support MRI’s expanding client base in APAC, where we have significant opportunity to bring continued innovations to the PropTech sector in the region.”

MRI Software CEO, Patrick Ghilani, adds: “David brings critical experience in leading product innovation and ensuring top-calibre client support in APAC. He will be a huge asset to the executive team and is a proven industry leader who has spearheaded significant growth and transformation.”

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