People: Systech CEO Robert DeJean to step down

After 32 years at the helm, Systech International founder Robert DeJean is retiring from his position as chief executive of the company.

DeJean founded Systech in 1985, and grew the company from an initial focus on machine vision and line management technologies to its current broad focus on serialization and track and trace – based on its UniTrace platform - and brand protection with UniSecure authentication. He also served as president until September 2016.

The company has enlisted an executive search firm to recruit a new CEO, said Systech in a statement. The time is right for a change in leadership “as the company has just recorded its highest revenue in any third quarter and is positioned to close out its most profitable year.” DeJean will still be playing an active role in Systech in an advisory role and as a board member.

“With the strong leadership team in place, now is the perfect time to transition to a new CEO,” said DeJean.” I'm looking forward to working strategically with the executive team as we enter into this next exciting phase of the company.”

Prior to Systech, DeJean held senior positions at General Electric and Texas Instruments.

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