Rich Fennessy

Rich Fennessy

The latest issue of Executive Perspective features Rich Fennessy, CEO of Trace3, and third-time participant in martinwolf‘s Executive Perspective (he was featured with Kudelski Security and FishNet Security). Rich Fennessy has a proven track record as the CEO of numerous leading international IT businesses over the last 30+ years. In this issue, he dives into how his prior role as the CEO of Switzerland-based Kudelski Security and US-based FishNet Security differs from Trace3 and how Trace3 differentiates itself in the crowded IT marketplace. He discusses his transition to CEO at Trace3 and how he expects to move the company forward by introducing new solution capabilities and geographic expansion. Fennessy also shares his thoughts on trends in the IT industry and how he sees Trace3 positioned to serve the emerging needs of their clients.

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03 Feb 2021

Jeff Bezos To Step Down as CEO, Replaced By Cloud Chief

News Update Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) CEO Jeff Bezos announced yesterday he was stepping down as CEO effective Q3 2021, to be replaced by Amazon Web Services CEO Andy Jassy. Bezos will remain Amazon’s largest shareholder and transition to an Executive Chairman role, where he will continue to be involved in important strategic decisions. Amazon also announced...

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martinwolf Celebrates 24 Years

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