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Genasys strengthens its exec team

10 August 2021 Genasys

Leading insurance software solutions provider, Genasys, today announced the appointment of two new senior executives to its leadership team.

Tebogo Mokokosi takes up the newly created role of Head of Product Development responsible for the delivery and quality of our software products. A people-centred leader with experience in guiding and directing development and delivery of successful projects, Tebogo joins the business from Discovery.

An HR professional with over 18 years’ experience primarily in the financial services and insurance industries including several years at PSG Insure, Christelle Frost joins Genasys as Chief of People and will be responsible for the evolution and implementation of our HR strategy.

Craig Olivier, Genasys Co-CEO comments: “Our business has been built on the strength of the partnerships we build with our clients and our reputation has been built on delivering products and services on time, on budget. To ensure we continue to do this as we continue to grow our business both here at home and overseas, it’s important that we have a strong team of leaders. We’re confident that we have found two such individuals in Tebogo and Christelle and that they will play an essential part as we seek to achieve our goal of becoming the pre-eminent provider of insurance software solutions.”

Headquartered in London and with operations in Johannesburg and Cape Town, Genasys now serves clients in 16 countries in Africa, North America, Oceania and the UK and currently manages gross written premium of over ZAR 20 billion.

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