Aberdeen computer-software specialist Inoapps is beefing up its management team as it chases £50million turnover by 2015.
The firm announced a series of changes at the top yesterday, including Kevin Lyon taking on the newly-created role of chairman.
Inoapps has also appointed its first chief operating officer, Mark Pulling.
Gary Connel and Keith Rock are the firm’s new chief financial officer and vice-president for hosting and managed services respectively.
Barry Largent, who was chief financial officer, is now CFO for group companies Microvive and Recover Waste, while Vicky Moxon – previously VP hosting managed services – is now head of operations for hosting and managed services.
Inoapps, which has its headquarters in Fountainhall Road, is best known as a reseller of Oracle computer software.
The firm works with clients in sectors including energy, engineering, construction, information technology, financial services, manufacturing as well as local and central government.
Its restructuring follows last year’s £10million investment of growth capital from the Business Growth Fund, the independent company established to provide growth capital to UK firms.
Turnover is expected to reach £50million by 2015, with the help of Mr Lyon and the company’s other new recruits.
Mr Lyon, has served as an independent chairman or non-executive director on 20 boards, including the £200million oil exploration business Valiant.
He also brings management and development experience in a wide range of sectors, including banking and infrastructure.
Inoapps chief executive Andy Bird, said: “Our 200 employee headcount across Europe and the EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) region is set to double next year, so implementing the best leaders and managers has never been more important.”