Howard Evans, the finance director of
Misys , will leave the company at the end of its financial
year in May.
Evans was just one of a raft of executives who will leave the software
company, as the group announced a wholesale overhaul of its senior management
Tom Skelton has resigned as chief executive of Misys Healthcare Systems and
Jasper McMahon has quit as corporate development director.
The resignations come after a difficult spell for Misys, which has been
hounded by takeover predators and struggled with revenue recognition problems.
In a statement released alongside the group’s
interim results for the six months to the end of November
2006, the group said that a search for Evans’s successor was already underway
and that he would stay on to ensure a smooth transition.
Mike Lawrie , Misys chief executive, said: ‘Tom, Howard and
Jasper have each been with Misys for many years. I and the whole board thanks
them all for their significant contributions to the company and wishes them
every success in the future.’
Misys had flat revenues of £468m for its interim period, up marginally from
£465m over the comparative interim period.
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