Bellas moves aside as intelliHR shakes up board

Tony Bellas has lost another corporate chair position after a big reshuffle at Brisbane based software company intelliHR as it looks for global growth.

Mar 14, 2022, updated Mar 14, 2022
IntelliHR said Tony Bellas would move into a non-executive director role.

IntelliHR said Tony Bellas would move into a non-executive director role.

Bellas, a former senior Treasury bureaucrat, moved aside as chairman of Novonix late last year as the company positioned itself to be more American and installed former US Navy admiral Robert Natter into this position. He is still deputy chair of the battery materials company.

IntelliHR said Bellas would move into a non-executive director role and the company would now be chaired by fellow board member Matt Donovan who will become an executive chair.

The shakeup at intelliHR will also mean that founder and managing director Rob Bromage will move into an executive director role heading up product and strategic partnerships.

Senior executives would report to Donovan.

The company said it was trying to scale up its presence in global markets and Donovan’s previous roles with Microsoft and IBM would be an advantage.

Bromage said the appointment of Donovan to the role was perfect timing and would strengthen the company’s position.

Bellas said the company was in a rapid growth phase in the UK and north American markets and the changes would provide two outcomes.

“Rob Bromage is able to focus on key strategic partnership opportunities that will be key drivers of growth and Matt’s involvement at an executive level strengthens our capability in growing the business both in Australia and internationally,” Bellas said.

Bellas was also previously chair of Corporate Travel Management, a position he left in 2019 after 10 years. He was also previously the chair of State Gas and moved aside for Richard Cottee.


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