Thinxtra Appoints Nicholas Lambrou As New CEO

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After six years, Loic Barancourt co-founder of Thinxtra focusses on fast-growth in strategic IoT markets and welcomes Nicholas Lambrou as the new CEO.   

Sydney, 2 June 2021; Thinxtra announced today that Nicholas Lambrou has been appointed the new CEO of the company. An experienced business leader, Nick will take over the baton from Loic Barancourt and assume responsibilities from 29 June 2021. Loic will focus on accelerating the adoption of mass IoT solutions through strategic partnership and market development activities.

“Whilst we acknowledge and congratulate Loic and the team for the development of Thinxtra over the past 6 years, we are delighted to welcome Nick Lambrou as our new CEO. The Thinxtra network is ‘sales ready’ and Nick brings a wealth of experience that will lead the business through its next growth phase, while Loic Barancourt is freed up to focus on strategic market development opportunities.” Geoff Neate, Chairman, Thinxtra.

Leaving his role as Managing Director, Australia & New Zealand at Dell Boomi, where he took the business to a market leadership position by helping organisations transform their businesses by connecting their digital systems, Nick will take Thinxtra to the next level. Prior to his role at Dell Boomi, he held various roles at Hewlett Packard Enterprise focused on national sales & channel management.

“I am delighted to join the amazing team at Thinxtra, The IoT Telco. Together, we will help partners and customers realise the true value of IoT.” says Nicholas Lambrou, CEO, Thinxtra.

Thinxtra, The IoT Telco and Sigfox 0G Network Operator in Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong and Macau is poised for growth in the maturing IoT market. Landmark success stories in the ANZ Supply Chain & Logistics Industry with organisations such as Loscam, Kegstar and Konvoy, and in Hong Kong’s Smart Facilities Management with partners such as HKBN and WeTech, Thinxtra has established a track record for game-changing IoT solutions and is set to fast track the business to the next level.

“It has been a fantastic journey for the last six years. We not only built the national, public 0G Network, which transmitted over 2bn messages last month, but also built a fantastic partner network. Our commitment to customer success and acceleration of large scale IoT adoption delivered remarkable outcomes for our customers. I loved every moment of it and now look forward to focussing on our next market success stories. I warmly welcome Nick to the team and look forward to sharing the journey ahead.” Loic Barancourt, co-founder and former CEO of Thinxtra, and now in the role of VP Market Development.