Daegis Inc., the Roseville-based electronic discovery firm, announced that Todd Wille plans to step down as company president, CEO and board member "to pursue new leadership opportunities."
Timothy Bacci, executive chairman of the company's board of directors, will serve as interim CEO and work with Wille in a transition period expected to be completed in February.
Daegis also announced that Steven Bonham, chief financial officer, will step down in February. The board has appointed Steve Baker, a partner with national executive services consulting company Tatum, as interim CFO.
The company, long known as Unify Corp., renamed itself Daegis in July 2011, one year after it spent $38 million to buy San Francisco software maker Daegis.
Electronic discovery generally refers to discovery in civil litigation in connection with exchanging information in an electronic format.