Dennis Keeling the founder and former director general of the Business
Application Software Developers Association has stepped down from his newly
appointed role of lifetime president.
Keeling, who was succeeded by Jairo Rojas as director general in December
last year, said: ‘The new director general needs a clean slate and it wasn’t
working out well’.
‘You shouldn’t sit on the head of your successor. The new guy wants to come
along and to have me there just doesn’t work’ he added.
Keeling founded BASDA 15 years ago and was made lifetime president at the end
of last year.
BASDA were unavailable for comment.
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