VoApps Appoints New CEO to Lead Company into the Next Phase of Growth
Atlanta, GA – March 4, 2016 – VoApps Inc., a privately held software-based solution provider for the Outsourced Business Services (“OBS”) industry, announced today that its board of directors has chosen Mark Chapman as the organization's next Chief Executive Officer. Chapman succeeds Paul Iaffaldano, who stays on the board as lead investor.
“After a thorough and comprehensive search process, the board is pleased to have found the ideal leader to assume the CEO role at VoApps,” said Iaffaldano. “Mark Chapman has a proven track record for growing young companies and increasing their value by building strong teams and expanding into new markets. This experience, combined with his strong finance and operational background, makes Chapman uniquely qualified to lead VoApps successfully into the future.”
“I'm honored and grateful to the board for the opportunity to lead this company into the next stage of expansion and growth,” said Chapman. “In an industry governed by regulatory hurdles and strong competitive pressure, VoApps offers innovative, high ROI solutions that help our customers expand their reach and increase efficiency. I’m excited to expand the technology that will help our industry innovate.”
Mr. Chapman brings over 25 years of entrepreneurial, operational and financial leadership to VoApps. Chapman was most recently with Vendormate, Inc., a SaaS-based healthcare company which automates the supply chain and vendor relationships for hospitals and health systems. Chapman was instrumental in the successful acquisition by GHX, Inc., a Thoma Bravo-backed company.
VoApps is an Atlanta-based technology company that provides innovative voicemail solutions to help businesses reach mobile voicemail boxes efficiently and easily, with consideration and compliance built-in. VoApps owns and operates patented solutions that optimize collections and call center efficiency via its flagship service, DirectDrop Voicemail. DirectDrop Voicemail delivers a voice message directly to a consumer's voicemail server – without dialing or calling the phone in question – allowing call centers to respond to inbound follow-up calls based on the message delivered. VoApps was incubated at Georgia Tech's Advanced Technology Development Center and partly funded by the State of Georgia. VoApps was recently named one of the Top 40 Most Innovative Companies in Georgia, recognized for its innovation, financial impact, and efforts to spread the state's technology efforts throughout the US and globally. Over 100 million messages have been successfully delivered to mobile users via the patented VoApps platform.