McIntyre leaves Morse

Long standing Morse director Duncan McIntyre has relinquished his role as non-executive chairman tofocus full time on Monetise, a mobile banking and payments solutions arm that de-merged from the integrator in July last year. McIntyre joined Morse in 1994 when it was but a mere chit of a reseller

Long standing Morse director Duncan McIntyre has relinquished his role as non-executive chairman to focus full time on Monetise, a mobile banking and payments solutions arm that de-merged from the integrator in July last year.

 

McIntyre joined Morse in 1994 when it was but a mere chit of a reseller turning over £24m a year with 60 employees and rose through the ranks to become CEO in 1997 until last summer when he became Monetise executive chairman.

 

"As Morse enters a new era of change with new leadership and direction, my retirement [as a Morse director] gives me the opportunity to pass on the baton of success and enables me to give more time to my chairmanship of Monetise and other interests," he said.

 

Morse has been going though a bit of a tough time lately, CEO Kevin Alcock left the firm last month after it revealed revenues for 2008 will be below the previous year. It has also restructured into five divisions.

 

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