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Intoware Strengthens Its Senior Management Team With New Appointment

Leading provider of workflow automation solutions, Intoware has further strengthened its team with the appointment of a new software project manager. Nicholas Tavener will help to define the future roadmap for Intoware’s digital platform WorkfloPlus and deliver projects for recent global clients Petrofac, Bayer Pharmaceuticals and Shell.

Nicholas brings over 20 years’ industry experience to Intoware, having begun his career as an IT Technician at The Peoples’ College, he later joined sports and leisure giant, Pentland Brands as a senior network analyst. He quickly progressed to become a project manager and lead analyst responsible for multi-million-pound systems infrastructure and logistics projects.

In his role as software project manager for Intoware, Nicholas aims to provide a more joined up approach by aligning its software development, sales, marketing and customer experience teams. This will be achieved through timely updates on customer projects, new products and feature requests and most importantly, engaging with clients as part of the overall delivery.

Based in West Bridgford, Nottingham Intoware provides workflow automation software that digitises manual or paper-based processes so businesses can unlock new data insights for enhanced operational efficiencies and satisfy compliance needs with increased accuracy.

Commenting on his appointment, Nicholas Tavener, software project manager said: “Developing relationships alongside consistent and useful communication will be critical to project delivery. This means engaging with the right people in the appropriate way to ensure understanding, never over-promising and always keeping track of any developments that may impact our future success.”

Keith Tilley, chief executive officer at Intoware, comments: “We’re really pleased to welcome Nicholas at this exciting time of growth for the company. Intoware is positioned at the very forefront of the digitalisation trend that has attracted huge interest recently as more of us work remotely.

“WorkfloPlus has been developed for mobile and contactless wearable devices to bring greater efficiencies to field operations that are being hampered by successive lockdowns. By embedding digital process management, WorkfloPlus enables workers to follow precise digital instructions and share asset maintenance updates in ‘real-time’ with colleagues, managers and increasingly customers instantly and safely.”

For more information, please visit www.intoware.com