ICT provider Inabox has appointed former SMS Management & Technology chief executive Tom Stianos as a non-executive director.
Stianos retired from SMS in December last year after 13 years as chief executive and 26 years with the company.
While chief excecutive, SMS revenue grew from $132 million to $313.4 million between 2002 and 2014.
The publicly listed services provider's net profit dropped 40 percent to $12.7 million for the 2014 financial year.
Stianos was also non-executive director of the IT industry representative body Australian Information Industry Association from 2007 to January this year.
His was replaced at SMS by former Infosys ANZ country manager and 23-year IBM veteran Jacqueline Korhonen.
Inabox managing director Damian Kay said Stianos’ experience in leadership will be a valued complement to Inabox.
“Tom has a significant track record of success in improving company performance through leveraging emerging technologies,” said Kay. “This is exactly the skillset we are looking for to build on Inabox’s innovation and current growth trajectory.”
Inabox recently acquired the assets and customer base of AAPT wholesaler CloudXchange for $240,000 as another step towards Inabox’s “consolidation of the wholesale aggregator market,” according to Kay.