Active Network, the San Diego provider of online registration for athletic events and other technology services, recently conducted an executive shake-up, promoting longtime CEO Dave Alberga to executive chairman, and naming Matt Landa, the company’s president for the last 10 years, its CEO.

Darko Dejanovic, Active’s chief technology officer, was promoted to president, overseeing the company’s business units, operations, product, technology and marketing organizations, Active said.

Dejanovic, who joined the company about a year ago, will incorporate his CTO duties and product responsibilities into his new job as president, the company said.

Alberga said in a prepared statement, “this new structure will help enable us to innovate faster, execute more effectively and continue to evolve our business as we focus on driving revenue growth and maintain our market leadership position.”

Through the first half of 2012, Active reported revenue of $216 million, and a net loss of $22.6 million. For the full year, the company forecast its total revenue should finish in the range of $425 million to $430 million.