Agilisys, the leading technology and transformation partner for the public sector, has bolstered its board of directors with the appointment of two new non-executive members.

Julia Warrack and Duncan Tait were appointed in December and will play key roles in helping Agilisys leverage its impressive growth rate and realise its mission to place public services at the forefront of what technology can deliver.

Warrack has led major transformation and technology programmes across public and private sector organisations including James Hay Partnership LTD, JPMorgan Chase, Whitbread and Michael Page.

As a former CEO of Fujitsu EMEIA and Americas, Tait was the first non-Japanese board member of Fujitsu Ltd and brings significant expertise of leading operations in complex multi-cultural environments.

“I am delighted to welcome Duncan and Julia as non-executive directors,” Agilisys chairman Tom Drury said “They will each bring distinct expertise and strong senior business experience to our Agilisys Board, which will be invaluable as we continue to build further the company’s impressive growth and development.”

The news comes alongside the launch of a new corporate identity for Agilisys. Andrew Mindenhall, CEO states ‘Agilisys’ mission is to unlock the potential of technology for public services. We work with our customers to transform services that improve the lives of millions of citizens and at the heart of how we work are our values of innovation, passion, integrity, and partnership. These are reflected throughout our new brand identity, combining our digital technology heritage with our customers’ public service reform ambitions.’