accesso Technology Group PLC, a leading technology provider, has announced a key leadership change as founder Steve Brown returns to the company.
Accesso Technology Group PLC. is pleased to welcome Steve Brown to his new role as Chief Executive Officer, taking over from Paul Noland. This change is part of a renewed focus on the company’s strategic objective to provide revenue and experience-enhancing solutions through its market-leading technology.
“We are thrilled that Steve has decided to return to the leadership role as the CEO. His understanding of the company’s core business along with his vision and passion for Accesso is unparalleled. We look forward to working with him as we re-energize the group, our clients and the marketplace and move forward with our on a long-term growth plan,” says Bill Russell, Executive Chairman of accesso.
Reinvigorating the company’s goals
Brown founded accesso in 2008, and the business became part of what is now accesso Technology Group PLC when it was acquired from him in 2012. Following this, the company grew rapidly, also acquiring Siriusware, ShoWare, Ingresso and TE2. Brown was President and CEO of the company from 2016 until he left in 2018.
Now he takes on the role of CEO once more, in order to allow the company to fully leverage the range of assets within its portfolio and achieve the goals set out in its strategic plan.
“accesso has an incredible team of talented professionals, a vast array of innovative technology and a global reach that is unmatched by any other company in our industry. I look forward to reacquainting myself with our clients and the Accesso team as we regain the momentum of this truly unique company,” says Brown.
The new CEO has outlined a five-point strategic plan, which includes refocusing the companies employees, re-energising its client-centric approach and improving operational efficiencies. Brown also intends to re-evaluate accesso’s core ticketing and POS solutions, and integrate key components of the company’s ticketing, POS, queuing and experience related technologies.
At the end of 2019, accesso also announced that it has partnered with Technovation, a global tech education nonprofit that empowers children and adults to become more confident leaders, creators and problem-solvers in their communities.