Leading frontline work management software company Commit Works has this week handed over the reins to newly appointed CEO James Aleman.
Aleman is a people-focused leader who comes to Commit Works equipped with 25 years of SaaS knowledge, and experience offering solutions to a variety of asset-intensive industries including mining and construction.
With an established reputation for optimising global growth for software companies, he has a rich understanding of global operations and operational change, including steering two companies towards ASX listing. His extensive experience includes working with businesses in technology and mining through periods of transformation.
Andrew Jessett, Acting CEO at Commit Works and Australasian VP at RCF Jolimont, said that Aleman had been chosen from an extremely competitive field.
“James combines business acumen, software knowledge and insightful understanding of the mining industry. He also has a range of management experience and curiosity that could not be more relevant or necessary to Commit Works’ current standing and its future success,” said Jessett, noting that Commit Works would be announcing further exciting developments in the near future.
Commenting on his appointment, Aleman was quick to acknowledge the legacy of his predecessors. “Commit Works is a company with an excellent reputation, a clear ethos and a promising future. I am deeply honoured to take on the role of CEO and excited at the prospect of contributing further to the success of our longstanding clients, who have been foundational in the company’s growth.”
One of Aleman’s immediate priorities in his new role is connecting with existing Commit Works clients. “Commit Works’ deep relationships with its clients has underpinned the business’s success, and I’m keen to see that continue.”
“The incredible recent growth of the company – 70 per cent in 2021 – is testament to the endeavours of the Commit Works team,” said Aleman. “I look forward to working alongside them.”