(Sharecast News) – Tech company Eagle Eye Solutions has announced that its long-standing chair will step down later this year.
After nine years on the board and seven as chair, Malcolm Wall will not seek re-election at Eagle Eye’s AGM in November.

The company, which specialising in personalised marketing solutions, has announced that he will be replaced by Ann de Kerckhove, who has held senior executive roles at Reed Elsevier and Inspired Gaming and is currently a director of 888 Holdings.

“It is with great enthusiasm that I join Eagle Eye’s board as chair at such an exciting time for the company,” de Kerckhove said in a statement on Friday.

“I look forward to leveraging my international expansion and M&A experience in helping Eagle Eye to harness and exploit its growth ambition and capitalise upon its strong market position.”

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