Innovative cloud-based year-end and audit workpapers platform, MyWorkpapers, has announced the appointment of a new Chief Revenue Officer to drive its ambitious growth plans.
The firm has appointed former IRIS Managing Director, Robert Salvoni to assist CEO, Rich Neal, and the board by leading its customer-facing activities globally, as well as ensuring that its partnerships reflect and extend its positive engagement and values in its markets.
Robert is tasked with ensuring that the firm continues to achieve the rapid growth seen in recent years, without comprising on the exceptional levels of support it offers its customers.
Robert said: “I want to ensure that we continue to achieve rapid growth while maintaining exceptional levels of support for every one of our customers.
“I put great store in ensuring the new people who are joining our business all the time reflect the same values of quality, innovation and customer-centricity that I believe we all have here at MyWorkpapers, and to help create an environment when our people feel valued, empowered and committed to exceeding the expectations of our customers.
“I hope to use my previous experience both as Managing Director at IRIS, and on the board of several high-growth software businesses in this role.
“I feel privileged to be part of this great team, and am excited about what the next few years will bring.”
Rich Neal added: “It is wonderful to welcome Robert to the team. He brings with him a wealth of experience in leading high-growth software businesses.
“Robert and I have worked together for the last 9 months building up to this point, and he is now a key member of the executive team. His expertise will help grow the business and ensure our clients continue to enjoy the high level of support and client care they are used to and deserve as we continue to grow.”
As part of its wide-ranging expansion plans, the firm is opening an office in Milton Keynes to accommodate its burgeoning team and to benefit from the town’s status as a hub for fast-growing tech firms, being situated on the Oxford-Cambridge Arc.