Financial innovator Inflo, developers of technology that has transformed the audit process for accountants and their clients, has strengthened its senior management team with two key appointments as the company invests in developing its international network.
Kathryn Woolgar and Kim Oliver will join the team at Inflo’s UK head office to drive company growth as it expands further into new markets in the US, EMEA and Asia Pacific.
Previously with the Leighton Group and Gentoo, Kim is an experienced auditor and accountant and takes up the role of Financial Director to spearhead operational development including finance, HR, recruitment, and strategic partnerships.
Kathryn, who brings a wealth of experience from over 20 years on the front line in senior finance roles, latterly as Group Financial Controller at Lloyd Ltd, will be building and leading Inflo’s Customer Experience team.
Inflo founder and CEO Mark Edmondson said:
“These are key strategic appointments that will be a major boost to the team as we continue with our expansion strategy in a fast moving market. We are working with the largest firms advancing the global accounting profession and having talented leaders, who bring with them a depth of knowledge, and an organically scaling structure is essential.
“Kathryn’s first–hand client side experience makes her a natural choice to develop our Customer Experience team thanks to the valuable insights she can share with accountants as they integrate our audit solutions into their client work. Kim’s track record as an accountant and finance director will be invaluable in her role in managing both our financial direction and operational development. We’re delighted to welcome them to the team and I look forward to working with them to take Inflo to the next level.”
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