Tambla appoints Nathan Thomas and Lee Alexander to new executive roles


ASX-listed Workforce Intelligence software and solutions provider realigns key execs with customer goals.

Tambla has recently welcomed a new member to their executive team, Nathan Thomas, joining the organisation as Director of Service Delivery. Nathan comes with a strong record of achieving outcomes for local and global technology players. He built the Storage and Big Data consulting practice for Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) in the South Pacific region, and then most recently was the Chief Operating Officer of an Aussie fintech, InPayTech.

Based in Sydney, Nathan will focus on leading and building the Service Delivery function for Tambla, delivering ongoing value for the company’s longstanding customer base of Enterprise and Government organisations.

“I’m excited to join an established leader in the Workforce Intelligence space, at a time of growth and transformation,” Nathan said. “Tambla’s strong service offering provides an excellent basis for ongoing improvement and optimisation. I look forward to leading the Tambla Service Delivery team to provide increased value for our clients.”

Coinciding with Nathan’s appointment, Tambla has moved longstanding senior manager Lee Alexander away from his Customer Experience portfolio, and into the role of General Manager Sales and Marketing. Lee will drive the acquisition of net new customers, as well as partnering with existing clients to find new ways to deliver value through Tambla’s growing mix of software and services.

Lee said: “Tambla’s significant track record and loyal customer base provides an excellent platform for growth. Ongoing changes to Workforce Legislation and the ever-increasing cost of human capital means that Workforce Intelligence is of increasing importance to the market. I look forward to finding new and improved solutions for our current and future customers over the years ahead.”

Tambla Ltd (ASX: TBL) has operated in Australia for over forty years, listing on the Australian Stock Exchange in 1999 as ComOps. Over the years, Tambla has built and innovated intelligent workforce solutions, that allow Enterprise and Government organisations in Australia and other parts of their world to more effectively manage their most valuable asset: people.

Tambla Workforce Management and Work Health & Safety solutions are used in a wide range of industries around the globe—these include Ports, Aviation, Security, Transportation, Healthcare, Childcare, Government, Aged care, Temporary Staffing services, Event and Facility Management, Retail and Hospitality.

Tambla’s solutions deliver substantial financial and operational advantage to companies by aligning people, process, and performance, making the modern workforce more productive, reducing fixed & variable overheads, and increasing profitability.

Visit www.tambla.com.au to learn more.

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