Around the traps: Davnet, Interpath, Cedar, Beonic, Golden Orb, Deep Video Imaging, and IIA report movements

Stephen Moignard, the founder of Davnet, has resigned as a director of the company after handing over the reins of the company last month to Robert Turner. As he moves on to pursue new business interests Moignard expressed himself happy that "the company is in good hands for the future".

At Interpath Australia (previously known as Alta Internet Business Centres) Winnie Chua has been appointed product manager and Angela Hede senior sales executive in Melbourne. Chua was previously business manager for Web applications at Peak Hour, and also worked for Quicken, where she was product marketing manager. Hede joined Interpath from Praxa where she was sales manager.

British enterprise solutions developer Cedar has appointed Wally Vanderpoll business development manager of its recently formed Australian consulting arm. He joined Cedar from his own company, Vision International, where he had established Virtual Consulting Networks to tackle IT consulting services projects in the corporate sector.

Beonic Corporation, an Australian developer of retail systems, has appointed Mike Vasey marketing manager and Terry Cain support manager. Vasey, who was previously design manager for Jurlique International, will take charge of Beonics' people-counting products and systems. Cain joined the company from Compaq, where he was service centre manager for South Australia. Cain also once held the job of South Australian state manager for Wang Australia.

E-commerce developer Golden Orb Technologies has recruited Lindsay Pears from Boeing Australia -- where he was general manager of the commercial information systems group -- to the CEO's job. Golden Orb's products include Internet business management solutions, Internet middleware applications, and server software for SMEs, a spokesman explained.

Kiwi company Deep Video Imaging, which has developed a 3D technology for LCD screens, has appointed US start-up expert David Hancock to its board. Hancock is well known around the industry for his roles at Apple Computer as senior vice president of corporate marketing, and Hitachi Computers USA, where he was president. Rj Siegel, who is described as an international corporate communications and high-end graphics technology specialist, has been appointed an adviser to the Deep Video board. He also consults to Apple, Sony, 33M and Sears.

During a summit in Sydney last week held an online election for vacant board positions at the Internet Industry Association. Newly appointed directors if the IIA were Michael Holland (nineMSN) and Gaynor Gravestock (University of Queensland) while Bruce Linn was re-elected. Two newly elected affiliate directors were Sara Morton-Stone (AANA) and Tom Kennedy (Brainwaave Interactive).

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