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Data collaboration company Ixup has made three senior management appointments.

Anthony James joins the company as chief marketing officer, Tim Scott as head of strategic engagements, and Rob Vass as business development manager.

"The successful listing of Ixup [in November 2017] concluded the prologue of the Ixup story. We are now executing and it's an exhilarating time to be building what, we believe, will become the global standard in data collaboration," said executive chairman Tim Ebbeck.

"We are actively attracting great talent to the team to bring that belief to life.

"IXUP is a globally significant technology and having awesome people to drive growth and revenues is vital to our success. That's why I'm so excited to welcome Anthony, Tim and Rob to IXUP."

IXUP Anthony James CMO

James joins the company from Trinity Consulting Services where he was head of strategy, innovation and growth.

He previously held senior roles at DDB Group, Sample Central, Creata, Fujitsu and Zivo. Earlier in his career James worked for IBM and CSC.

He holds degrees in computer science and business, both from UTS.

IXUP Tim Scott

Head of strategic engagement Tim Scott will join Ixup in January from consulting firm Versent where he is business development manager. He previously held a variety of sales-related positions at Oracle, IBM, and SAP.

Scott holds a degree in business from UTS.

IXUP Rob Vass Business Development Manager

Business development manager Rob Vaas joins IXUP from Turning Point Solutions where he was group general manager, responsible for the business operations across Australia, Asia and the UK.


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