North East tech firm announces growth strategy
A North East tech firm has announced a restructure across its operations designed to enable growth and deliver improved customer experience for its no-code technology.
CEO of Excelpoint Ian Brown will lead the growth plans supported by chief operations officer Oliver Warren, chief technology officer John Patrick, chief marketing officer Loraine Henderson, head of project delivery Sarah Orton, head of continuous improvement Tom Luder and head of strategic partnerships Gary Swinburn.
Throughout 2021, Excelpoint has won several new contracts for its no-code enterprise-wide software with considerable uptake from the manufacturing sector.
Ian Brown said: “We are pleased with the continued momentum and are encouraged by signs of recovery following the pandemic. We are attracting new customers from many sectors and seeing the adoption of business process automation embracing no-code technology from manufacturers.
“Our ambition is to establish Excelpoint as a global leader in the no-code sector.
“Currently, the market is experiencing an influx of new players, riding on the hype of no-code. Excelpoint has been developing its no-code software for over 20 years, establishing a platform that offers comprehensive enterprise-scale capabilities, product breadth and depth, and years of built-in functionality.
In late October, Excelpoint held its first Knowledge Transfer Forum, bringing together industry-leading brands from a range of sectors who are champions of no-code technology.
Ian commented: “It provided the opportunity for customers to see our new product functionality, drive future product development and share their no-code journey. The forum was invaluable for all involved.
“Our commitment to our customers further extends to our recruitment drive with two new developers joining the team and plans to expand the consultancy team before the year-end.”
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