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The Instillery drives global growth with new COO

09 Nov 16

New Zealand’s fastest-growing cloud service provider, The Instillery, has just appointed a new chief operating officer - Jamie Wallis,

In the newly created role, Wallis is responsible in leading The Instillery’s operations and delivery to customers and expanding its global footprint.

Mike Jenkins, ceo and found of The Instillery, says the group has seen phenomenal growth this year. Just last week the group scored a partnership with data-driven cloud cost management provider Cloudability.

“In the coming months we’ll be entering new markets and new countries as we continue to build out our strategic partnerships with the likes of Cloudability and Zscaler,” he explains.

Jenkins says he is delighted to announce the appointment of Wallis who comes to the business with extensive digital experience and a solid understanding of global sales and operations.

“Jamie is a proven executive and comes to us with a wealth of leadership and management experience. We’re very excited to have someone of his calibre leading our operations and global expansion in the newly established COO role,” he says.

“Jamie has a rock solid understanding of global sales and operations which will be key as we continue to drive sustainable growth across the globe, beginning with The Instillery’s expansion into the UK in 2017."

In his most recent tole, Wallis was general manager of services at ReachLocal A/NZ, a leader in powering online marketing for local businesses. He was responsible for client retention across the whole region and managed 68 staff across marketing, client services, technology, performance and operations.

“I’m really pleased to join The Instillery Group and further foster the exceptional talent that exists within the group - it’s an exciting time for both the industry and for The Instillery in terms of growth,” says Wallis.

“I’m really looking forward to being part of an executive team that drives many more successes in market, with new products and an expansion into new regions on the horizon.”

Wallis will start his new role with The Instillery straight away.

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