TechnologyOne appoints EMEA Regional Manager in the United Kingdom
TechnologyOne has appointed Mr Joseph Slattery to manage the company’s European, Middle Eastern and African (EMEA) operations.
Mr Slattery brings more than 22 years enterprise software experience to the company, with key strengths in directorship, management and the introduction of new products into international markets, including the UK, US and Asia.
TechnologyOne Chairman Adrian Di Marco said Mr Slattery’s extensive strategic planning and global IT market analysis expertise will prove invaluable as TechnologyOne establishes its EMEA operations.
Mr Slattery was formerly Worldwide Director – Global Strategic Alliances at Prophecy International Group, an enterprise software company.
“Joseph is an outstanding and high calibre executive, who brings to TechnologyOne a wealth of experience, strength in relationships and a broad contact base,” Mr Di Marco said.
“He brings to TechnologyOne a strong international background and significant experience establishing products in the UK, US and Asian markets. I am extremely confident in his ability to lay the foundation for a successful expansion into the United Kingdom and broader EMEA markets.”
Mr Slattery said he is excited by the opportunity to launch TechnologyOne’s UK-based operations and establishing a strong presence in the highly competitive EMEA markets.
“TechnologyOne has achieved outstanding success in the Asia-Pacific region, based on its unique business model,” Mr Slattery said.
“TechnologyOne’s ability to develop, market, sell, implement and support its integrated applications is a unique value proposition that does not currently exist in the UK market.
“The company’s new generation product series, the Connected Intelligence (Ci) series, is years ahead of competing products in the UK Market, and a provides a fantastic opportunity for a strong entry point in this market.”
Mr Slattery said TechnologyOne will target new business opportunities in key vertical markets across the EMEA region, particularly local government and the wider public sector.
“TechnologyOne has a strong value proposition in this vertical market because it actually owns the intellectual property of a fully integrated total business solution for government, including financials, property & rating, work & asset management, HR & payroll, supply chain, and business intelligence,” Mr Slattery said.
“The company expects to build on its strong track record of around 100 local government customers in the Asia Pacific market as it expands into the UK.”