Johan Wall leaves Enea
STOCKHOLM, May 14, 2008 – Enea®, (Nordic Exchange/Small Cap/ENEA), a world leading provider of network software and services, today announced that its president and CEO Johan Wall has notified the board of his decision to resign. The board has initiated the search for a successor. Johan Wall remains in his position during a transition period, and will there after become CEO of Bisnode, one of Europe's leading providers of digital business information. Bisnode is owned by Ratos and Bonnier.
"Johan Wall has successfully turned Enea into a profitable company with a solid product- and services offering and a business oriented management. Today, Enea is back on track as a world renowned technical pioneer with cutting edge expertise in software- and systems development. The board wishes to extend their gratitude for a well performed job during four eventful years and wish him best of luck in his new mission", says Staffan Ahlberg, chairman of the board, Enea.
"Enea has been a fantastic journey, and I am proud of what we have achieved together. Enea is a world leading provider of software and services primarily to the telecom industry. During my four years at Enea there have been big transitions. We have significantly developed Enea by expanding the product portfolio and services offering. Recently we acquired a large consulting business in Romania as well as a French software company with a portfolio of networking protocols that further increase Enea's value proposition. Enea is a today a solid company with a cutting-edge offering in a high-tech market", says Johan Wall, president and CEO, Enea.