CTG Announces Changes in European Executive Leadership

Rénald Wauthier, Senior Vice President, Leaves Organization; Bob Daelman Appointed to Lead Business Operations in Europe

BUFFALO, N.Y., November 21, 2022—CTG (Nasdaq: CTG) (“Company”), a leading provider of digital IT solutions and services that drive clients’ productivity and profitability in North America and Western Europe, today announced Rénald Wauthier, Senior Vice President of Europe, is immediately stepping down from his position. The Company has appointed Bob Daelman, the current Vice President of Belgium and the United Kingdom and Managing Director of Belgium, as his successor.

Under Mr. Wauthier’s leadership, CTG Europe achieved many notable accomplishments, including:

Completing three acquisitions—Tech-IT, Soft Company, and StarDust—enhancing capabilities, adding talent, and driving CTG’s expansion into France
Measurably growing the Company’s Luxembourg business from a small group of individuals to the current team of over 650 professionals
Achieving Great Place to Work certifications for all European areas of operation and the coveted recognition as a Best Place to Work in Belgium, Luxembourg, and the United Kingdom in 2022
“After a distinguished 27-year career with the Company, Rénald leaves CTG Europe in a strong position for continued growth. It has been my distinct pleasure to work closely with him throughout his career at CTG,” said Filip Gydé, CTG President and CEO. “On behalf of the entire organization, I extend our sincere thanks to Rénald for his many years of valuable contributions and wish him the very best in his future endeavors.”

Successor Appointed
Bob Daelman succeeds Mr. Wauthier and assumes the Senior Vice President of European Operations position, effective immediately. He has over 30 years of technology and IT solutions and services experience, including over 20 years at CTG in increasingly responsible sales and leadership roles.

“Bob has been instrumental in executing our growth strategy in Belgium and the United Kingdom,” said Mr. Gydé. “His deep understanding of the IT services and solutions market, coupled with strong sales, operations, and leadership experience, positions him to lead the achievement of our European growth and profitability objectives.”

As Senior Vice President, Mr. Daelman assumes executive responsibility for the strategic and operational leadership of CTG’s European operations and will continue in his capacity as Managing Director of Belgium. He will lead the Company’s European operations to develop, evolve, and drive the Company’s digital IT solutions and services go-to-market strategy. Mr. Daelman joins the Company’s executive leadership team and will report to Filip Gydé.

“I join Filip in thanking Rénald for his many years of service and contribution and am honored to be entrusted with this critical role. I am excited about CTG’s potential to gain new customers and deepen relationships with existing customers by serving as a critical partner in their efforts to drive productivity through automation and digitization. We have an exceptional team of professionals in Western Europe executing our plans to drive growth and deliver value to clients and shareholders,” said Mr. Daelman.

Photos of Mr. Daelman and Mr. Wauthier are available upon request.

About CTG

CTG is a leading provider of digital transformation solutions and services that accelerate clients’ project momentum and achievement of their desired IT and business outcomes. We have earned a reputation as a faster and more reliable, results-driven partner focused on the integration of digital technology into all areas of its clients to improve their operations and increase their value proposition. CTG’s engagement in the digital transformation process drives improved data-driven decision making, meaningful business performance improvements, new and enhanced customer experiences, and continuous innovation. CTG has operations in North America, South America, Western Europe, and India. The Company regularly posts news and other important information at

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