Datalex, the leading Irish provider of global travel technology solutions announced on Tuesday that Liam Booth, Finance Director, will be resigning at the company's AGM on May 28.
Booth joined Datalex in 2000 to help facilitate bring Datalex public.
Michael Quinn, chairman, applauded Booth's efforts saying: "He was instrumental in ensuring that the company had a successful IPO in very tough markets in October 2000".
Datalex is currently traded on the Irish Stock Exchange.
The company delisted from the Nasdaq in early April this year following sustained bad share performance in 2001.
Share price was badly affected by the US economic downturn and also by suffering in the airline industry following the terrorist attacks.
Datalex is headquartered in Dublin and maintains offices throughout the world.
Customers include Aer Lingus, Air Canada, American Airlines, Amtrak, Delta, KLM, Lufthansa, Singapore Airlines, Trailfinders and Thomas Cook.