Inoapps targets growth with new EMEA leadership hire

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Inoapps has appointed Phoebe Foy-Phillips to the newly-created position of Vice President for Sales EMEA, as the global Oracle Cloud partner looks to further drive sales across the region.

Representing the start of the firm’s transformational growth plans, the role will centre on growing the company’s presence in Europe, the Middle East and Africa on the back of fresh investment into its products and services.

Foy-Phillips takes steps up to the position having first joined Inoapps last year as VP of Global Business Transformation. Prior to that, she spent more than seven years leading strategy and governance for EMEA applications at Oracle.

“We’re delighted to appoint Phoebe to this new EMEA role,” said Phil Burgess, managing director of Inoapps EMEA. “In her brief tenure at Inoapps, she’s demonstrated a laser focus on identifying and developing growth opportunities.

“I’m confident she will deliver for Inoapps’ partners and customers by demonstrating the value from our products and services.”

An Oracle Platinum Partner and accredited member of the Oracle Managed Service Provider Programme, Inoapps specialises in the delivery of Oracle applications, technology, hardware and Cloud across various industries, including Energy, Public Sector, Engineering & Construction, Financial Services, Professional Services and Higher Education.

The firm was even named as Oracle’s Cloud First Partner of the Year 2018/19, thanks to its expertise in delivering consultancy, implementation, enterprise change management, as well as hosting and managed services.

As the business continues to grow across Europe, Inapps said this industry know-how will help deliver “real customer value”, with the new role of VP for Sales EMEA set to be key to its future success in the region.

“I’m thrilled to be taking on this new challenge where there is a huge opportunity to build the Inoapps brand, grow our business and support more clients across EMEA regions,” Foy-Phillips said.

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