Bytes Document Solutions (BDS) has announced the appointment of Vivek Venkatkumar as its new financial director.
Venkatkumar succeeds Perry Hurri, who, after 44 years with Xerox and BDS, will be retiring.
A chartered accountant, Venkatkumar has an established career track record and fulfilled various operational and financial leadership roles with companies Mazars, formerly PKF, and the Ctrack Group (from 2007 to 2017). Ctrack is a division of Inseego Corporation, which is a Nasdaq Stock Exchange listed company in the United States. Venkatkumar led the VP Financial Reporting Portfolio and was the Group’s Financial Manager during his tenure at Ctrack.
Venkatkumar is originally from Pretoria, South Africa, and is married to Charlene. He enjoys current affairs, travelling, music, cars and sport.
“I am very pleased to be joining BDS. I know that Perry’s sterling example and track record leaves high standards to live up to. I am looking forward to the challenges and opportunities that my new portfolio brings,,” Venkatkumar says.
Johan Basson, CEO of BDS, says: “The exuberance of youth, the high energy, fresh perspectives, knowledge, expertise and experience that Vivek brings to our company will strengthen our governance and financial management capabilities. Vivek’s appointment contributes to the consolidation of the leadership at BDS and is evidence of the great career opportunities that employment with BDS can offer.”