by Divina Paredes

David Kennedy resigns from Transaction Services Group

Apr 16, 2020
IT Leadership

Will leave global CIO role end of May

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Credit: CIO New Zealand

Transaction Services Group is looking for a new global chief information officer following the resignation of David Kennedy.

Kennedy will leave at the end of May. He joined TSG more than five years ago, and worked with the executive team in building it to become a $1billion software company.

TSG, with headquarters in Auckland, provides integrated payments, software, and value-added services to help gyms, community clubs, and childcare centres manage their members and customers. It operates across Australia and the UK and has customers in Japan, Europe, and the US.

He joined TSG from Orion health, where he started as chief information security officer until the role was integrated into the inaugural CIO post. He was also an advisor at KPMG for almost a decade, and was IT security architect with IBM Global Services for four years.