Oliver Goodman appointed to Principal Consultant role at Indigo Software

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Indigo Software, a leading global provider of best of breed warehouse management system (WMS) solutions, has appointed logistics specialist, Oliver Goodman, to the role of Principal Consultant.  An important role within the business and critical to customer success levels, Oliver’s responsibilities include providing leadership, organisation and coordination to support Indigo Software’s highly regarded Consultancy Team.  His remit includes leading client software implementation activities, to ensure all projects adhere to best practice and exceed customer expectations where possible.

A graduate in Robotics Technology, Oliver brings a wealth of warehousing industry experience to the role, including working in Greene King operations and projects for over 4 years.

Oliver originally joined Indigo Software’s Consulting group in 2016 where he provided consultancy services and implemented Indigo WMS at numerous customers’ sites.

Oliver has a blend of both operational and IT experience which he uses to provide strategic and tactical recommendations which drive improvements in customers’ warehouse flow and operations.

Most recently Oliver has used his knowledge of warehousing and retail in a number of consultancy roles implementing solutions from multiple WMS vendors, including Tier 1 providers.

Collectively this experience and his background makes him a perfect candidate for the role of Principal Consultant.

Paul Smith, COO, Indigo Software says, “Our Consultancy Team is one of the company’s key value adds for customers and a major reason why so many customers choose to implement Indigo WMS.  Oliver is a real asset to the team and we are delighted to be offering him this position.”

Oliver Goodman, Principal Consultant at Indigo Software says, “Indigo Software is a great place to work, client projects are always very interesting, my colleagues are very supportive and we have excellent self-development opportunities.  I am very excited to be starting this new role.”