InVision, the platform used to design the apps and websites we use every day, has appointed Tom Richardson as its first Asia-Pacific Managing Director, as it expands rapidly across the region.
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What does this appointment mean to the new MD?
On his appointment, Richardson said: “I’m extremely excited to be heading up the InVision team in APAC as we look to bring our platform to more customers and increase awareness of the importance of design.
“The screen has become the most important place in the world so businesses need to focus on creating user experiences and products that consumers love. Digital products are the engine of the region’s consumer economies, and InVision is uniquely placed to power this transformation.
“We’re scaling at an electrifying pace and I look forward to helping to grow one of the most exciting software companies in the world.”
What value does Richardson bring to the table?
Richardson brings a vast amount of experience to the role, having previously been a Vice President at US software firm Acquia, a WPP Fellow, and an advisor to the Cloud Software Association.
He also spent two years in Japan working for the Tokyo 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Bid Committee, and a year in Shanghai with WPP Group.
Globally, InVision has US$100 million in annual recurring revenue and is valued at US$1.9 billion.
Looking ahead, Australia will continue to be a focus for InVision, with its regional design festival, Design Exchange, being held in Sydney during October of this year.