Main / Registered Office (NZ)
Endace Measurement Systems Ltd
Level 2, Building A
The Millennium Building Phase 2
600 Great South Road
POSTAL ADDRESS: P O Box 12894
T: +64 9 582 0360
F: +64 9 582 0361
Endace Europe Limited Davidson House
- REGISTERED OFFICE
205A High Street
West Wickham, Kent, BR4 0PH
T: +44 118 900 1425
F: +44 118 900 1426
T: +44 (0) 20 7849 3336
90 Long Acre
London WC2E 9RZ
Board of Directors
- Ian Graham, Chairman
- John Scott, Deputy Chairman and Senior Independent Non-Executive Director
- Mark Rowan, Independent Non-Executive Director, Chairman of Audit Committee
Mark is a non-executive director of Imperial Innovations Limited, a company commercializing technology from Imperial College, London and RepRegen. Mark previously worked at JP Morgan and AIG Financial Products where he was in charge of corporate finance in Europe and President of Banque AIG.
He has a degree from Cambridge University.
- Mark Giles, INDEPENDENT NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, CHAIRMAN OF REMUNERATION COMMITTEE
A seasoned executive with over 25 years experience in the ICT industry, Mark Giles has held senior management positions with global companies such as IBM, Alcatel, and Vodafone.
He headed sales divisions at both IBM and Vodafone New Zealand, and served as the Managing Director of Alcatel NZ. Mark has extensive international sales and marketing experience having managed sales teams across retail, distribution, channel, B2B, online and services.
Mark is currently the Chairperson of Commit Services Limited. He has previously held board positions at Vodafone New Zealand Ltd and Vodafone Mobile New Zealand Ltd and was a board member and director of Alcatel New Zealand Limited.
Mark holds trustee positions on a number of trusts and currently serves as Chairperson for the Youthline Auckland Charitable Trust. He has a Bachelor of Agricultural Economics from Massey University.
- Clayton Wakefield, INDEPENDENT NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Clayton is an Executive Director and owner of Techspace Consulting Ltd, a leading New Zealand independent IT advisory company working with New Zealand’s major corporates. As part of its portfolio Techspace has a centre of excellence in the provision of next generation Data Centre and infrastructure capability to meet the enhanced corporate requirements of the 21st century.
From 2001 to 2007 he was Head of Technology and Operations at ASB Bank Ltd, one of the largest providers of financial and insurance services in New Zealand. Clayton has over 30 years’ experience in the banking, financial services, telecommunications and technology industries. Clayton was previously a Director and Chairman of Electronic Transactions Services Ltd, New Zealand's leading electronic payments provider and also previously a Director and Chairman of Visa New Zealand Ltd.
Clayton holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Mathematics from Waikato University and a Post Graduate Diploma in Management from University of Auckland.
- Mike Riley, Chief Executive Officer
Mike joined Endace in November 2006 as VP Worldwide Marketing for Endace before taking up the role of CEO in July 2007. Mike has over 25 years experience in the networking and security marketplace. Prior to joining Endace he served for four years as Vice President of Marketing and Strategy at Network Engines, Inc. (NASDAQ: NENG), a leading manufacturer of server appliances for the security and storage networking market place.
Prior to his tenure at Network Engines, Mike served as Chief Marketing Officer at Sonexis, Inc.,and Senior Vice President Worldwide Sales and Marketing at Artel Video Systems,Inc. Mike was previously General Manager, Europe, Middle East and Africa for Premisys Communications, and held various technical and sales roles at Newbridge Networks in Europe.
Mike is a Director of REANNZ, the New Zealand Crown Company responsible for operating the KAREN advanced research network in New Zealand.
He holds a Bachelor of Science Honours Degree in Electronic Engineering from the University of Southampton, UK.
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