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AsdeqLabs appoints new CEO

Enterprise mobility content management software provider, AsdeqLabs, has appointed a new CEO as part of its transition from a start-up to a maturing business.

David Burden joins AsdeqLabs from the Webfirm Group where he was Group CEO. Burden was previously the founding partner of  Legion Interactive which was sold to the Photon Group in 2005.

Burden will oversee operations, sales and marketing at AsdeqLabs, with the company founder, Mike Nermut, becomes Managing Director. Nermut will focusing on US strategic partnerships and technology.

AsdeqLabs Chairman, former Tasmanian Premier David Bartlett, said Burden was recognised throughout the industry for “developing successful technology businesses and building winning teams.”

“He will work closely with our founder Mike Nermut to make our revolutionary product, AsdeqDocs, a must-have for enterprises everywhere."

AsdeqLabs' board includes venture capitalists Brad Allen and Adrian Vanzyl, and Barnett said they were currently completing a small capital raising ahead of the company's push into the US this year.


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