Incremental hires COO to lead scale-up transformation

Incremental Group has appointed Kim McCann, previously a senior executive at Shell, as Chief Operating Officer (COO) as the digital transformation specialist enters its next phase of growth.  

McCann has held senior positions with Accenture, IBM, Bank of Scotland and was most recently Global Excellence Lead at Shell Aviation. She will work alongside CEO Neil Logan and Incremental’s leadership team as the company extends its market reach across the UK, builds headcount following strong organic growth and recent acquisitions, and scales the business.

CEO Neil Logan said: “Kim brings blue-chip, global experience and will help us to drive performance and customer satisfaction through strong processes, governance and culture.  As we develop a modern, diverse workplace at Incremental, while supporting an increasing number of large corporates and public sector bodies, Kim’s proven track record in delivery excellence will ensure success for our customers.”

Kim McCann, Incremental COO, said: “Incremental is one of the UK’s most exciting digital companies, with an impressive customer base across the public and commercial sectors and a fast-growing, motivated team.  When you are growing at this kind of pace, it’s imperative to implement and maintain best practice processes, retain a focus on quality and culture and, most of all, make sure customers remain front and centre to everything you do.”  

Incremental Group launched in November 2016 and now has 130 people across its 5 UK locations – Glasgow, Inverurie, Northwich, Manchester and London.  The business forecasts revenues in the region of £12m this year and is targeting more than 500 highly skilled jobs across the UK and revenues of more than £60 million by 2022 through further organic growth and strategic acquisitions.  

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In November 2018, Incremental announced a £1.2 million RSA grant to create 110 high value jobs, allowing Incremental to continue to grow at pace.  Earlier in the year, it launched a new Manchester office, opened a flagship office at The Garment Factory in Glasgow and won a series of new customers across the public and commercial sectors.  The group’s customer base now includes Aberdeen City Council, Shelter, Aggreko, Harbro, Scottish Leather Group and Total.

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