How did you first hear about Inoapps?
I first heard about Inoapps when I worked at a Consultancy company. We kept hearing about deals that had been won in Oil and Gas and Oracle services by a company called Inoapps who we weren’t very familiar with at the time, but the news was always positive.
How long have you been working for Inoapps?
Almost four and a half years.
What was your initial attraction to the company and why did you apply for a role?
There were two things that attracted me to Inoapps. First, I felt that it was a very fast moving and adventurous organisation who were up for taking risks where necessary. Second, Oracle has a clear Cloud strategy and working for an organisation with this kind of commitment was a big thing for me.
"There were two things that attracted me to Inoapps. First, I felt that it was a very fast moving and adventurous organisation who were up for taking risks where necessary. Second, Oracle has a clear Cloud strategy and working for an organisation with this kind of commitment was a big thing for me."- Tim Galloway, VP of Sales US
How did you transition from the UK to the US and what was it like for you?
I began to provide some of our US teams with additional support in areas that I was particularly strong in. This lasted for a couple of months and shortly after that, Andy Bird, approached me with the suggestion of moving to the US to lead a team over there. After accepting the offer, myself and my family were given support with moving, accommodation and they were very flexible in terms of helping us all to adjust to our new surroundings.
What projects have you worked on and which ones did you enjoy the most?
I worked on a project with a leading sports betting company which was going through a big acquisition and they needed guidance with implementing an ERP and HCM systems to help bring together their new entities. Overall, it was fun and interesting and fun to scope out and work on.
What is the best part about working for Inoapps?
Inoapps is always doing something innovative and new.
What’s been your favourite Inoapps moment so far?
A few years ago, we won a massive contract with Virgin Care. At that time, it was the largest contract that the company had ever won. I got the final signature on a Friday afternoon while a board meeting was taking place. I got to knock the door in the middle of the meeting and announce that we had won a £4.5 million contract. I felt extremely proud.
What would be the first piece of advice you would give to someone joining the company?
Hit the ground running and get involved. Work on your strengths, identify where you can add value and lots of opportunity will follow.