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Kiley takes top global job at Intelledox

Digital transformation software solutions provider Intelledox has appointed 25-year industry veteran and former Telstra and Medibank executive Ray Kiley as its new global chief executive to manage the company through its next phase of growth.

Kiley’s industry experience includes global technology and data-focused businesses such as CoreLogic and Medibank Health Solutions and he joins Intelledox following successful tenures working with analytics for insurance, mortgage finance and the public sector while at CoreLogic.

Previously as chief operating officer of Medibank Health Solutions, Kiley streamlined the operations across Australia and New Zealand and he also held various roles at Telstra for over a decade, most recently as director, business integration IT.  

The move will see Phil Williamson continue on the Intelledox board of directors with a focus on the role of founder and head of innovation.

“The success of our global expansion in North America and entrance into the Asia market over the past 18 months prompted our search for a seasoned, highly-experienced CEO to scale operations and drive growth,” Williamson said.

“Ray’s impressive record of success, executive leadership and experience makes him the perfect choice to lead Intelledox to achieve our ambitious goals. I look forward to working closely with Ray as I focus on the innovation that Intelledox brings to market.” 

Terry Winters, chairman of the Board at Intelledox said: “Ray Kiley is the right person to lead Intelledox as we seek to further accelerate our already rapid growth in the FinTech and Digital Transformation markets. He will further inspire the innovation spirit and values-based culture of Intelledox.

Kiley said: "I am looking forward to accelerating Intelledox’s growth into global markets as its advanced digital transformation platform is adopted as “best of breed by some of the biggest names in the industries we serve.

“There is a huge opportunity for Intelledox Infiniti's Adaptive Interviews, data capture and analytics capabilities and as a FinTech solution across banking, finance, insurance, healthcare and public sector. I am thrilled that Intelledox co-founders Phil Williamson and Michelle Melbourne trust me to lead such a passionate team of innovators and high achievers. Their key focus on customer success is something that I intend to harness and develop further as we bring even more digital transformation value to our customers and partners around the world.”


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