Our leadership team

David Murray
Chief Executive Officer

David Murray, Chief Executive Officer, leads the organization’s strategy for growth and performance. He has more than 25 years’ experience in creating new markets and harnessing technologies to deliver value to clients. A seasoned executive, David has worked in a diverse range of companies, from large international businesses including IBM and Amdocs, to innovative start-ups such as Camtech E-Commerce and IXUP.

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Steve Yates
Executive Vice President, Enterprise Sales

Steve Yates, Executive Vice President, Enterprise Sales, drives our North American priorities and key partnerships across the globe as part of Buildxact’s growth strategy. A veteran in the industry with deep experience in the global supply chain, Steve is an entrepreneurial leader. His most recent role was as CEO of Cliftonvale, a California based strategic planning, development, sourcing, and logistics company.

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Leah Walling
Executive Vice President, Demand Generation

Leah Walling, Executive Vice President, Demand Generation, directs our marketing and demand generation activities. Working in support of our global sales team, Leah coordinates multiple disciplines, including digital data analytics, campaign strategy and marketing automation, to drive customer demand and revenue growth. Leah began her career in technology working at industry leaders like Oracle. For more than 20 years, she has led marketing initiatives for some of the world’s most innovative companies, including The Myers-Briggs Company, Devo, Cohesity and Medallia.

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Justin Benson
Executive Vice President, Finance

 Justin Benson, Chief Financial Officer, is a senior finance executive with 25 years experience across a variety of industries including nine years with business solution software provider MYOB. Justin is a chartered accountant and began his career at firms Hall Chadwick and KPMG. Justin has led large and small finance teams and in addition completed MYOB’s 2013 Subordinated Note and 2015 ASX IPO listings.

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Liam Fraser
Executive Vice President, Sales

Liam Fraser, Executive Vice President, Sales, leads the global sales team in the customer and partner acquisition. An experienced executive and sales leader, Liam comes to Buildxact with an extensive background building and leading high-performing sales teams in a wide variety of industries and businesses with organizations such as Singtel Optus, Amdocs, Telstra, Commander and NAB.

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Luke Bongiorno
Executive Vice President, Product

Luke Bongiorno, Chief Product Officer, spearheads the expansion of Buildxact’s product functionality and product portfolio. With an extensive background in managing product life cycles end to end, Luke has successfully led large and small teams in high-growth cloud businesses for companies such as Nintex and ABB where he has specialized in customer-driven product development.

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Chris Rennie
Executive Vice President, Consumer Experience

Chris Rennie, Executive Vice President, Consumer Experience, leads efforts to continually improve our products and services to support the needs of our customers. Chris works with our product team to identify new ways to serve the builders, manufacturers, suppliers and homeowners who make up our customer base. A disciplined and flexible leader, Chris has worked with a diverse set of companies, including Niche Media, CPA Australia and Murdoch Books.

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Anthony Khoury
Executive Vice President, Corporate Development

Anthony Khoury, Executive Vice President, Corporate Development, steers our corporate vision and strategy, including emerging business opportunities, mergers and acquisition assessment, global market development, and the tracking of new market trends, technologies and customer segments. Anthony has more than 25 years experience in sales and business development across the technology and telecommunications industries. He also has held senior leadership roles at Ericsson, Fujitsu and Nokia.

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Our Board

John Allison
co-founder and Chairman

John Allison, Chairman, is a co-founder of Buildxact and of LogicalTech, and has a long and successful history of building technology companies spanning over 30 years. His broad experience includes guiding the boards of numerous local and global technology start-ups. His passion for innovation and cloud technology has guided the growth of Buildxact from the start.

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Mario Misso
Board Member

Mario Misso, board member, has been in the IT Industry since 1970 with experience in B2B solutions & services. Owner Director of LogicalTech since 1990 where he has invented and brought to market many leading innovations in SaaS, AWS, Oracle and Microsoft, and other technologies.

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Dene Rogers
Board Member

Dene Rogers, board member, has been CEO of several major public corporations including Kmart USA, RadioShack, and Target Australia. Most recently he has focused on entrepreneurial pursuits including being Managing Director of Buildxact in 2014 to 2016 and as CEO of Biosenta Inc, a nano-tech company based in Canada.

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Leigh Jasper
Board Member

Leigh Jasper, Board Member, co-founded Aconex, the world’s most widely used cloud collaboration platform for managing construction projects. Started in Melbourne, the company expanded to 50 cities around the world, in Australia, Asia, the Middle East, Europe, and the Americas. As CEO, he led Aconex from founding, to multiple capital fundraising campaigns, to an Initial Public Offering (IPO) and company sale to Oracle Ltd for $1.6 billion in 2018.

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George Savvides
Board Member

George Savvides AM, board member, has more than 25 years experience as CEO of Australian and New Zealand health care companies. George currently serves as Chairman of SBS Australia. He is a nonexecutive director of IAG, and Ryman Healthcare NZ. George retired from Medibank Private in 2016. During his 14 years of CEO leadership, Medibank Private completed a successful IPO and grew its market capitalization from $1 billion to $6 billion. He was previously Chair of Next Science, Kings Transport, Macquarie University Hospital and World Vision Australia.

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