Inclarity has announced a further addition to its management team in the form of a new Chief Financial Officer appointment. Ian Evans will be responsible for overseeing all of Inclarity’s financial operations and nurturing its revenues which are currently at £20m per annum.
With a new senior management team including the appointment of Adrian Hughes, Chief Executive Officer late last year, Inclarity has already increased sales of its managed Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephony services by 100 per cent since the beginning of 2007.
Evans was previously CFO of Sirocom and successfully completed its sale to Azzurri Communications in October 2006.
After 10 years with PricewaterhouseCoopers, Evans has more than 15 years experience in the telecommunications and software industries, including senior management positions with Amstrad, Sir Alan Sugar’s electronic goods company, One-2-One (now T-Mobile), CCC Network Systems and Symantec.
“We’re delighted to bring a seasoned financial executive on board with the appointment of Ian,” said Hughes. “With strong sales growth targets this year bolstered by a new management team, Inclarity has a fresh perspective on the hosted VoIP market.”
“Inclarity is the leading UK provider of hosted VoIP services to a critical part of our economy – small to medium sized enterprises – giving them cost savings and critical business benefits,” said Evans. “I’m excited by the challenge of working with a technology provider that makes a real difference to our customers’ bottom lines.”