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Inoapps recruits new Chief Technical Officer

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Aberdeen-based technology firm Inoapps has appointed James Anthony as its new Chief Technical Officer (CTO).

James will be based out of the company’s London office with an international remit in servicing Inoapps’ global client base.

James will be part of the company’s Leadership team with responsibility for developing Inoapps’ technology strategy, working closely with its Consulting, Ideation and Product Development teams.

A highly experienced practitioner, James has spent more than 20 years working within the IT industry, predominantly within the Oracle technology arena. He is an Oracle ACE who regularly presents at key sector events, including Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco, focusing on emerging trends and technologies.

James previously worked in Oracle pre-sales and as UK technology director for the company. He was later part of the management buyout team of a UK Oracle partner in 2012 which he helped guide to 10-fold growth and an eventual sale to a US private equity-backed business.

Commenting on the appointment, Andy Bird, CEO at Inoapps, said: “I’m delighted to welcome James into the business as our first CTO. This appointment is critical to the company’s plan for continued global growth as we accelerate the release to market of high-quality, industry-specific products. We are delighted to have been able to attract such a seasoned technical leader whose commercial achievements speak for themselves. I have great confidence that James will play a key role in further strengthening our position as a market leading provider of high quality end-to-end Oracle solutions and services.”

James Anthony said: “I’m looking forward to this new challenge and being part of the team of a fast growing and dynamic company where I will be working with both old and new clients. Inoapps is a market innovator with unique Software as a Service (SaaS) IP product offerings that is helping a growing list of businesses and organisations unlock the potential of Oracle-based cloud computing solutions.”

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