MINNEAPOLIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#minnesota–INRY is proud to announce the hire of two senior executives as part of its accelerated growth strategy. JD Sillion joins INRY in the role of Chief Revenue Officer, while Gayatri Nikkula comes on board as the Vice President of Human Resources.
JD brings a wealth of expertise to the INRY team, including experience as Chief Executive Officer, Chief Strategy Officer, and Chief Revenue Officer at two successful companies. JD has a successful track record of growing companies tenfold through a combination of go-to-market strategy and operational excellence. JD is passionate about working with founders to help them to build upon their success and scale to the next level of performance.
Gayatri’s deep experience in people operations spans organizational development, competency building, change management, retention, talent acquisition, succession planning, and compliance. One of Gayatri’s key strengths is collaborating cross-functionally on strategic workforce planning initiatives to drive higher levels of employee and organizational success.
INRY CEO Bipin Paracha observed that “As one of the top-ranked Elite ServiceNow partners, INRY enjoys excellent customer satisfaction rates and strong brand recognition. As the company extends its leadership position by delivering more rapid time to value for ServiceNow customers, the talents of JD and Gayatri will be instrumental.”
Aside from these leadership additions, INRY is making significant new investments in solution delivery, sales, marketing, and product management in 2021 and beyond. The growth in INRY’s technical and go-to-market talent reflects the team’s commitment to delivering digital workflows that create great customer experiences and unlock productivity.
For more details on INRY’s growing team, career opportunities, and upcoming events visit the INRY website at www.inry.com.
INRY is a leading ServiceNow partner with a long and successful history of delivering digital workflow automation. We work with corporate functions like human resources, IT, procurement, facilities, and business operations like customer-facing operations, sales, and marketing. We have developed a cloud-centric operating model because we believe cloud technologies require different services than legacy IT to maximize return on investment.
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