First publishedon www.ITSInternational.com
Mick Slattery has left Conduent Transportation after just 10 months as CEO.
The company said he made the decision for ‘personal reasons’. Slattery “has decided to leave Conduent to pursue other opportunities outside of the transportation industry”, the firm said in a statement. “An internal and external search is underway for a successor.”
He joined the company in August 2018 after a career in management consultancy with an emphasis on technology and digital. Speaking to ITS International earlier this year, he said: “I am not a career transportation person. I am new to this industry…At my core I’ve spent my career creating and launching new opportunities for clients that are tech-based.”
“The company’s leadership thanks Mick for his contributions and strong leadership and wishes him the best in his future endeavours,” Conduent added.
The interim CEO is John Peracchio – who only joined the company in November last year as general manager of mobility solutions and strategy. Peracchio has 30 years’ experience in transportation and chairs the Michigan Council on Future Mobility. He is also on the steering committee of ITS America's Mobility On Demand Alliance.
• The final interview with Mick Slattery, ‘So What The Heck Are You Doing at Conduent?’ is in the current edition of ITS International