Brett Morris joins from parent firm Catalis Group

Testronic names new CEO

QA and localisation firm Testronic Laboratories has hired Brett Morris as its new chief exec.

Morris leaves his previous role as CFO for Catalis Group, the organisation that owns Testronic and UK developer Kuju Entertainment. 

He has worked at Catalis for four years, alongside CEO Dominic Wheatley. Prior to this, he worked in investment banking and private equity across Europe, the Middle East and South Africa.

“It’s an honour to be taking on this new role at what is an exciting time for Testronic Laboratories,” said Morris. “Our testing facilities in the UK, Poland and the US are witnessing significant growth in activity thanks to our commitment to delivering a first rate service to our customers. 

“We are anticipating substantial growth in our services over the coming years as we continue to invest significantly in our capabilities and by so doing further underline our reputation at the forefront of the vital QA and Testing sector.”

Wheatley added: “Brett has contributed significantly to the structuring and financial positioning of Catalis Group over the past few years, and I’m delighted that he is stepping up to oversee Testronic Laboratories.”

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