OneUp Sales, a growing management & motivation platform for sales teams, has announced the appointment of Ian Moyse as Chief Revenue Officer.
Ian is widely known and recognised in the sales community having previously been awarded UK Sales Director of the year by BESMA (British Excellence in Sales Management) and recognised twice in the Top 50 Global Sales Speakers list. He is also a Fellow of the APS (Association of Professional Sales) and a Fellow of the ISM (Institute of Sales Management) and has been a judge on many industry awards including Women in Sales Awards (WISA), Top Sales World, BESMA, and the UK Cloud Awards.
Commenting on the appointment, Derry Holt, CEO and co-founder of OneUp Sales said “We are delighted that Ian has joined OneUp to lead our commercial efforts and help drive the next stage of our growth. His industry pedigree in leading software sales teams will be a valuable asset to achieving our growth ambitions. Ian’s long background in sales and his experience selling CRM and telephony systems is invaluable and I have zero doubt our clients and prospects will get great value from conversations with him.”
OneUp Sales enables organisations to capture data from a variety of systems (namely CRM and VOIP telephony) to drive proactive behaviours and activities in customer-facing teams, through engaging data presentation, motivation and gamification. The Birmingham-based firm is expecting strong growth of customers, recognition and staff over the coming 24 months.
Ian Moyse, Chief Revenue Officer at OneUp Sales, added “I am excited to join this growing firm and at the opportunity, we have as a business to help organisations drive greater team engagement, productivity and business outcomes. At a time when individuals are distanced from colleagues and office comradery, there is no better time to embrace new tools to drive new positive behaviours. Our customers recognise this and benefit from increased sales results through motivated activity, team and individual behavioural motivations, and the simple fact that they can better visualise their day-to-day and hour-to-hour sales situations.”