We’ve been in the world of IT for so long that if you added our collective years we’d be older than Yoda! We’ve found the great people we’ve worked with in the past and the up and comers of the future and we’ve created a workplace that is inclusive; in other words we enjoy each other’s company. We value transparency and honesty and promote diversity. We look for the same in the clients and partners who we work with; we make no excuses for being selective when choosing our customers.

Our Leadership Team


Executive Director / CEO – Faith Rees

Faith Rees is the co-founder and CEO of SixPivot. Faith has worked in the Australian IT industry for the past 18 years across a variety of roles from sales and marketing to general management, director and chief operating officer roles including holding board director roles. Throughout her years in the industry Faith has worked for both small and large Microsoft Gold Partner’s (including Microsoft) providing services to SME, government and global organisations. Much of her last 10 years in the industry has been involved in software development and vendor management. Faith is a strong believer in giving back to the community and has volunteered her time across various IT associations such as Women in Technology, Queensland .NET and more recently as a member of the The Council of ICT Associations and Chair of IT Queensland. Through her role as an advocate for the IT industry, Faith also serves on a number of government and industry committees. Faith is an advocate for diversity and in particular supporting women in their careers, she is a member of Women on Boards, is a mentor for the WiT Board Readiness Program and is on the Advisory Committee for Diverse City Careers (DCC).

Faith graduated from the Queensland University of Technology in 1995 with BA Social Science with a major in Psychology and went on to complete a Graduate Diploma in Communication in 1999. She is currently a Fellow member of the Australian Institute of Management and a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.


Non-Executive Director, Chairman – Simon Kalinowski

At 24 Simon took on an embattled business he knew nothing about. Now Mandalay Technologies is one of Australia’s leading providers of industrial software, providing data capture services to government institutions, waste management firms and large corporates. As Managing Director, Simon is now considered an emerging thought leader in the waste industry, particularly in the role data plays in leading the industry to meet the challenges faced in today’s world. In his role Simon is responsible for product strategy, strategic planning, customer relations, business development and government liaison. Simon is particularly passionate about leading meaningful change and the role industry professionals have in delivering an essential service. Known for his passionate and forward-thinking approach, Simon is constantly pushing the boundaries and challenging the status quo. Simon is a member of the Queensland Waste Policy-Regulation Reform Working Group, has been a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors since 2006 and has a Bachelor of Business (HR & Marketing).