Thiruvananthapuram: Technopark-based InApp, an integrated portfolio software services company with over two decades of exemplary customer satisfaction, has lined up major plans towards achieving notable growth in the international market, catalyzing on the company’s expanding business presence in new geographies. As part of this, InApp has appointed Jason Johnson as Executive Vice President.
InApp, which is into its 20th year of operations, said it is dedicating itself towards reaffirming its commitment to customer service, helping customers succeed in their businesses. Poised for accelerated growth, InApp has initiated an organizational restructuring and extensive hiring of new talent to drive its growth.
Jason Johnson, the new Executive Vice President, has over two decades of experience in a diverse range of business environments, including new business/market development, turnarounds and growth acceleration, and marketing strategy. In his earlier stint as CEO of MPulse Software Inc., a long time client of InApp’s, Jason was pivotal in increasing revenues five-fold over seven years. His contributions led to the acquisition of MPulse Software Inc. by JDM Technology group, where he worked as Corporate Vice President heading the Group’s Maintenance Management Software Division, which includes four companies: MPulse, MicroMain, EPAC, and TeamWorks. Jason holds an MBA in Marketing and Entrepreneurship from the UCLA Anderson School of Management.
“I am beyond honored to join such a tremendously talented team,” said Jason Johnson. “There’s no better place to learn how capable a company is than as its customer. Together, we were successful beyond what I’d ever imagined possible.”
In his communiqué to InApp’s employees, CEO Vijay Kumar said, “To remain at the forefront of our rapidly changing industry, we must rethink our ways of working, and constantly innovate. We must dedicate our efforts towards improving our efficiency and maximizing results in order to accelerate growth. Jason’s expertise will facilitate us in achieving our goal of 3x growth in the next three years.”