RedEye Apps, a leader in Software as a Service (SaaS) for the global asset management space, proudly announces the appointment of their APAC Advisory Board. The board will support RedEye’s continual growth, innovation, and expansion into existing and new markets. The Advisory Board will support the Australian Executive Leadership Team with mentorship and professional development, enhance industry and client relationships, and perfect industry strategies in order to deliver an optimal experience for clients.
“The APAC Advisory Board will play a vital role in the strategic growth of our company, people, products, and the success we’re creating with our clients,” said RedEye Apps CEO and Co-Founder, Wayne Gerard. “We’re excited to partner with such world-class advisors and I’m grateful to have their guidance as we continue to scale and innovate.”
Advisory Board meetings will be held monthly and include regular one on ones with key executives. The first board meeting was held on 8 August 2019 and included Teresa Dyson and Michael Johnson.
“I am delighted to join the APAC Advisory Board of RedEye, having followed the progression of RedEye for a number of years with great interest and admiration,” said Teresa Dyson.
“RedEye offers elegant, intelligent and very practical cloud-based solutions to an increasing range of engineering, asset-maintenance, optimisation, and infrastructure issues.”
Teresa is a non-executive director, with a portfolio of directorships across listed companies, Government entities, and not-for-profit entities. She sits on the boards of listed entities: Seven West Media Ltd, Genex Power Ltd and Consolidated Tin Mines Ltd; and on boards in the energy and finance sectors: Energy Queensland, Power and Water Corporation, Energy Super, and the National Housing Finance and Investment Corporation. Teresa is also a member of the Foreign Investment Review Board and the Takeovers Panel. Previously a partner of a global law firm and a global accounting firm, Teresa is also a former Chair of the Board of Taxation.
Michael Johnson said, “It is a great pleasure to be invited to join the APAC Advisory Board of RedEye, a company founded on a clear vision to be a global leader in delivering world-class cloud-based solutions to its clients.”
Michael is a business and social entrepreneur, with a passion for connecting people, ideas, and communities. His experience includes law, government, business, and international social enterprise. Michael is currently a barrister in private practice, Chairman of Orbitz Elevators, Executive Director of Kokoda Capital, a Non-Executive Director of the Sporting Wheelies of Queensland, and a member of the Queensland Olympic Council’s Tokyo 2020 Appeals Committee, the Commercial Advisory Committee of the Queensland Rugby League (QRL), and the QLD Harvard Club Board.
Previously, Michael served in the Australian House of Representatives for three terms and was a Board Member of both the Australian and International Council of the New York Headquartered Asia Society.
“I am particularly delighted to be joining RedEye given it is a company founded right here in Brisbane, employing local Queenslanders and contributing to the start-up and innovation community in Queensland,” said Michael.
“The future will be powered more than ever by smart people, smart capital and smart ideas. That is RedEye – a company delivering cutting edge technology nationally and internationally to governments and the private sector alike.”
With over 25 years of experience in law, government, and business – and with expansive international networks in ASEAN, China, India, and Europe – Michael is looking forward to contributing to the RedEye leadership team and what he considers, “a beacon of global success for Australian companies”.
RedEye is an Australian scale-up, making waves in the global asset management space with cloud and mobile Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions, RedEyeDMS and RedEyeWFM. RedEye is reinventing the way people work by providing engineering data management and work management solutions for organisations that own and operate complex assets and critical infrastructure. All solutions are built with, not built for clients. RedEye provides a single source of truth for asset data and connects the office to the field for optimal issue, maintenance, and workforce management.
“The growing team is a group of people who are dedicated to providing customer solutions and are experts in their fields, operating at the cutting edge of technological development,” said Teresa.
“I am thrilled to be involved with the RedEye team and look forward to providing some external views, insights, and support, as the company continues to expand its service offering and its impact on the innovation landscape.”
RedEye clients include Snowy Hydro, BHP, Alinta Energy, SA Power Networks, Transurban, Queensland Children’s Hospital, New Plymouth District Council, as well as Southern Nevada Water Authority, which controls the Hoover Dam. RedEye’s clients manage over $200 billion dollars of critical assets and infrastructure using RedEye’s solutions. www.redeye.co