Intelematics Australia changes leadership

A new company direction has been joined by a new leadership direction

Intelematics Australia changes leadership
New CEO Rod Chapman.


Automotive technology company Intelematics Australia has appointed Rod Chapman as its new CEO and managing director.

Moving from his position as non-executive director, a role he has held since 2009, Chapman is taking over from inaugural CEO Adam Game, who led the company from its startup 17 years ago.

Game will not be leaving the company, Intelematics Australia says, rather he will moving into a director of strategy role, "allowing him to focus on the innovative development of Intelematics’ products and services."

With a focus on automotive solutions and new solutions, the management shift is part of a global expansion for the company, which has recently opened an office in North America and one in Europe.

"As we soon enter our 18th year of operation with two recent expansions into the European and North American markets, I look forward to growing the business further," Chapman says.

"Intelematics has been a pioneer in the telematics industry in Australia since its inception and the recent expansions are an important step towards driving further innovation across the globe."

Alongside the international move, the new CEO says his "plan is to ensure the continued delivery of innovative solutions to auto club partners, to help them better engage with members."

"We’ll also continue to support our car manufacturers by offering both new and more advanced connected technologies that meet the real-time needs of drivers," he says.

"In addition, we aim to grow our profits and generate world-leading IP by further leveraging our international joint venture partnerships."

Chapman has over of 25 years’ worth of senior information technology and spatial systems management experience, including roles with the Royal Automobile Club of Victoria (RACV) and VicRoads.



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