Certero managing director John Lunt, said Kladnig brought more than 15 years experience working in Australia, New Zealand and the Asian region to the company, which he said would be shortly announcing a number of fresh Australia deals with “major names in the banking and construction sector.”
Lunt said Certero was becoming a “well known brand in the UK and across Europe,” and the company’s task was to continue to build this reputation in the southern hemisphere.”
“Within the PCPM market rising energy prices and greater restraints on power delivery will create a much greater demand for our products.
Certero - which provides IT solutions to help with Software Asset Management (SAM) and PC Power Management (PCPM) - recently announced a new contract with the Malaysian Government after signing a deal to supply Power Studio to the Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water in Kuala Lumpur.
Lunt said the firm’s SAM solution, AssetStudio, ensured organisations’ licences were compatible with their software, “avoiding wasted spend and potential fines for licence mismanagement,” while its PCPM solution, PowerStudio, drives down CO2 emissions and energy usage by automatically switching off computers when they were not being used.