Queensland grant and project management software company SurePact has appointed experienced business builder Daniel Pritchard as CEO.
The appointment comes as SurePact introduces new products and services and scales for growth with its data analysis and monitoring services for grants and large scale projects.
Mr Pritchard brings more than two decades of senior experience at organisations large and small to the role, including stints at BOC, Thales and Rolls Royce. He served as CEO of global people and operational risk management consulting firm Dynamiq, where he delivered industry solutions via a proprietary SaaS platform.
He was most recently CEO of IT life cycle management company Greenbox Group, where he grew and led teams delivering innovative solutions for the management of large-scale IT assets.
“I’m excited to join SurePact as it optimises its suite of products and looks to expand its reach of services in Australia and globally,” Mr Pritchard said. “We will develop and deliver new products later this year, and are continuing to invest in enhancing SurePact’s data analysis, financial reporting and systems integration capabilities.”
Technology-focused Australian investment firm Future Now Capital recently became the majority owner of the business, and continues to materially assist SurePact in product development, growth strategies and leveraging Microsoft’s global platform.
To underline and oversee this commitment, business leader and board director Steve Harker will serve as Chairman of SurePact.
A former CEO of Morgan Stanley Australia, former Future Fund Guardian and former Westpac Board member, Steve is currently Chairman of Future Now’s investment committee, and will assist in the governance, strategic direction and management of SurePact.
“SurePact solves a big problem of how to manage and execute large projects and expenditures efficiently and with proper oversight,” Mr Harker said. “We believe it has tremendous growth potential and applicability at local, state and federal governments and agencies, and enterprises of all sizes.”
Since commencing operations in 2018, SurePact has been used by local governments, corporate organisations, not-for-profits and industry bodies to track and monitor grants programs and specific projects.
SurePact has a particularly strong presence in regional areas across government and corporate organisations, as well as Indigenous councils.