Through the establishment of a UK corporate entity, a new office setup in London, and a successful onboarding of an experienced MD, Ian Herbert Jones, to head the sales activities, Valuer is well-positioned to grow in the UK market. Ian Herbert Jones who brings over 20 years of experience in innovation within the enterprise software space, will be responsible for leading the expansion strategy and onboarding UK enterprise customers and partners.
”It’s a big milestone for Valuer to open a London office as the first part of our internationalization strategy. This is in line with the growth strategy described in the IPO Document (Company Announcement No 1-2021). Valuer’s growth strategy is based on international expansion and the development of new services on the company’s market-leading innovation platform” says Dennis Poulsen, CEO, and Co-founder of Valuer.
Valuer’s internationalization is centered around strategic entry into selected markets, primarily in Western Europe, the US, and Singapore, with customer acquisition handled through three distinct sales channels: direct sales, distributors, and agents.
”I am extremely proud to be appointed MD of Valuer’s London office. Valuer’s ground-breaking data-driven platform can help many UK enterprises and venture funds with the discovery of relevant innovative technology, identifying new market opportunities, and prioritizing strategic initiatives to fuel their business development. I see that the UK market holds a big potential for Valuer’s platform” says Ian Herbert Jones, MD of Valuer’s London office.
About Ian Herbert Jones
Ian Herbert Jones brings over twenty years of experience in innovation within the enterprise and telecommunications software space, holding numerous executive leadership positions both at technology start-ups and established businesses, he has built and led a number of successful organizations in Europe, South East Asia, and the US.
Before joining Valuer, Ian was Chief Revenue Officer at Shiftboard Inc, a Seattle-based SaaS Workforce Management company.
Ian has been an active member of the innovation ecosystem for many years, he was CEO at Velocent Systems, a telecoms analytics start-up, where he guided the company to acquisition by Zettics Inc. and onto their merger with Anova Data, who were subsequently acquired by Ribbon Communications.