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Fronde Anywhere CEO resigns

Fronde Anywhere CEO resigns

Fronde Anywhere chief executive Caroline Dewe has resigned, to establish her own company.

In a statement from Fronde annoucing Dewe's departure, Fronde Systems Group CEO Ian Clarke says: "During her tenure, Caroline has progressed Fronde Anywhere’s business vision for the future of payments and mobile through eleven years, four companies and several offices. She has a deep understanding of the cyclical market trends of mobile, the business models that underpin successful solutions, and of the requirements of banks, mobile operators and retailers.

“Caroline has forged excellent business relationships and, combined with her tenacity and drive, has been able to deliver leading edge solutions and is considered a thought leader in the mobile solution space. We wish her well in her future endeavours."

Craig Eades, Channel and Partner Manager for Fronde Anywhere, has accepted the role of general manager, Fronde Anywhere, reporting to Ian Clarke. Eades' immediate focus is to drive leading edge solutions like mobile applications in the cloud with his technology team, and market expansion in South East Asia, the company says.

Fronde Anywhere is a subsidiary of Fronde Systems Group, specialising in mobile and security applications.


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