Sympli appoints new CIO – People – Appointments

Electronic payment service Sympli has hired Staffan Flodin as its new Chief Information Officer (CIO).

Staffan will lead Sympli’s engineering, development and IT teams as it continues to deliver on its commitment to meet the departmental interoperability deadline of mid-2023.

With over 25 years of experience delivering software development, Staffan brings to this role an in-depth knowledge of technology, project management, architecture, development and research in vendor environments. service and software providers.

Staffan has successfully completed a range of complex projects such as network deployments, enterprise migrations, system migrations to the cloud and complex software releases and will use this experience to further develop Sympli’s technology infrastructure.

Prior to joining Sympli, Staffan held several leadership positions in technology and information, most recently at Avant Mutual and SmartClinics. He has experience ranging from small start-ups to international corporations.

Sympli’s Managing Director, Philip Joyce, said, “Developing Sympli’s technology and software capabilities is central to our success, and it’s important that we have someone of Staffan’s caliber to lead our team in the next stage of this journey as we aim to achieve interoperability by 2023, in accordance with the departmental mandated timeline.

“We have an exciting year ahead of us and expanding our team with highly skilled and capable leaders will enable us to achieve our goals and deliver results for our clients.”

Staffan Flodin said: “Joining Sympli is an exciting new chapter in my career, and I look forward to using my knowledge and experience in what I know will be a very interesting and challenging journey.

Sympli is the result of a collaboration between InfoTrack and ASX, to create more opportunities, add value and represent the market with an electronic settlement service that practitioners across Australia can benefit from.

Margie D. Carlisle