Well known Australian technology entrepreneur Peter Kazacos joined the Intelledox Board as Chairman in 2007
David Knox and Michael OâSullivan joined with Peter Kazacos to found KAZ in 1991. Mr Knox became head of Business Development, and Mr OâSullivan became Commercial Director. All three helped oversee the companyâs rapid growth from 35 to over 3,000 staff and facilitated its successful listing on the Australian Stock Exchange in March 2000, followed in 2004 by its acquisition by Telstra for a record $333 million.
Intelledox CEO Phillip Williamson is very upbeat about attracting Mr OâSullivan and Mr Knox to the Intelledox fold:
âThis is a wonderful endorsement for our product and our company. Peter, David and Michael see a great future in the business and the products at Intelledox. The skills they bring to the table are exactly what we need to lead us through this important growth stage of our business.â
David Knox sees strong similarities between the two companies. âIntelledox is a smart company with the right focus on developing its products into the International market. I believe our experience and skill-set in developing KAZ will strengthen them to accommodate the changes that come with continued growth and success in international markets,â he said.
Similarly, Michael OâSullivan believes his business experience in the financial, legal and commercial areas will benefit Intelledox. âWhen a company is about to experience rapid growth â which I am confident Intelledox is â the most important things are planning and managing your growth and cash flows, as well as having a clear view of where youâre heading,â he said.
Following strong interest in its recently developed Intelledox document creation solution, Intelledox is targeting international markets to capitalise on opportunities in the financial services industry in the United Kingdom, Asia and North America, as well as Australia and New Zealand. Intelledox has several hundred companies using its eLearning system, Capabiliti, with significant growth in the Intelledox product in government and the financial markets.