, a developer of software for supply chain management, is looking for additional venture funding under a new chief executive officer.

Bill Kaluza, a veteran executive with more than 25 years of experience in supply chain software, was announced as the Raleigh company’s CEO on Tuesday. He had been working with the firm as a consultant.

Kaluza replaces Don McCall, who left the company recently for personal reasons, said Charlie Mohn, senior product manager for Intervolve.

“Don did not have supply chain experience, and Bill brings that to us,” Mohn said.

Intervolve also has a new board chairman – Dave Rizzo, who is CEO at NCIDEA and IDEA Fund Partners. NCIDEA is an Intervolve investor.

The company closed on $2 million in C round funding in 2006. Mohn would not disclose how much Intervolve is seeking in its latest round.

With some 35 employees, Intervolve is refocusing its efforts on the beverage industry, Mohn explained. The firm is also seeking certification from beverage giant Anheuser Busch. Intervolve offers solutions for Web-based and mobile device applications.

“We already work with eight Busch distributors,” Mohn said. “Certification from Busch would mean that they would recommend us to their distributors as an independent software vendor.” He noted that Busch has more than 700 distributors.

Kaluza helped launch Manugistics Group, a supply chain management firm based in Maryland. As chief financial officer, he guided the firm through an initial public offering of stock. He also was the firm’s senior vice president of operations.

“I am excited to be working with the pioneers in bringing both mobile technology and Software as a Service (SaaS) to the beverage industry,” Kaluza said in a statement. “Intervolve’s Route Accounting System and DistributionSuite software solutions drive both top line revenue and bottom line results.”

Kaluza is a graduate of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania where he earned a degree in economics. He also earned a law degree at the Dickinson School of Law at Penn State.