Software firm BGL Corporate Solutions has promoted its chief operating officer to the role of chief executive, effective 1 January 2023.
BGL has announced that Daniel Tramontana will be promoted to chief executive officer from next year, with Ron Lesh to continue in his role as managing director.
Mr Lesh said he was incredibly proud and excited to see Mr Tramontana step into the chief executive role.
“This is a momentous moment for BGL, the team, our clients and our community,” said Mr Lesh.
“Daniel’s contribution over his almost 26-year tenure at BGL has been incredible. Starting in software support to helping BGL grow from 10 to over 200 people, Daniel has had his hand in every pie. BGL would not be where it is today without him.”
Mr Tramontana first joined BGL in 1997 as a member of its support team.
With a Bachelor of Computer Science & Accounting, BGL said that Mr Tramontana has added a new area of competency to BGL’s support and training teams.
Through his time at BGL, he obtained a Master’s in Business Administration and a Six Sigma Black Belt while performing in roles including general manager and, most recently, chief operating officer, the software company said.
After almost 26 years at BGL, Mr Tramontana said it was an honour to have been promoted as chief executive.
“Software is at the core of what we do. It’s the reason thousands of firms choose to transact with us,” he said.
“Our market-leading solutions will continue to evolve from strength to strength as we grow our presence in Australia and overseas. But clients stay at BGL because of our people, community and culture.
“My desire is for clients, prospects and the community to engage with us because of who we are, what we stand for, and the memorable moments we deliver. Our people are our greatest point of differentiation, and I am truly blessed with the best.”