UK software house Enigmatec Corporation has appointed Peter O'Neill as its new chief executive officer (CEO), replacing Indra Mohan who stepped down when former Misys chairman Kevin Lomax joined the firm earlier this year.
O'Neil was most recently EVP, worldwide sales and support, at risk and compliance software vendor Fortent.
He has also held roles at Hewlett-Packard, Sequent, KPMG and spent nine years at Sequent Computer Systems where he was most recently senior vice president for worldwide sales and professional services.
O'Neil replaces Indra Mohan who left the firm following Lomax's appointment as executive chairman. Lomax joined Enigmatec's board of directors after participating in the company's £6.25 million series c funding found.
A spokesman for Enigmatec told Finextra that Mohan is still an investor in the company and a member of the advisory board.
Commenting on O'Neil's appointment, Lomax says: "Peter brings the skills and talent to capitalise on our rapidly evolving market and consolidate our strong position as a recognised sector innovator in Europe and the US."
Enigmatec was founded in London in April 2002. The firm's flagship product, Execution Management System (EMS), is a cross-platform policy-based automation system. EMS combines IT process automation with policy-based control to allocate resources to the applications and users that need them in real-time.