InnoVint Expands Team with New Senior Relationship Manager, Kevin Williams

We are excited to announce that Kevin Williams has joined the team as Senior Relationship Manager. In his new role, Williams will be tapping into his robust experience representing software solutions to evangelize the operational value that InnoVint brings to wineries with clients and partners.

Kevin Williams, Senior Relationship Manager

“Kevin brings a fresh perspective to InnoVint from his time with front-of-house software solutions. He understands the challenges that wineries face and how adoption of modern software solutions drive business value,” shares Ashley Leonard, Founder and CEO of InnoVint. “Kevin is a trusted resource in the industry, and we’re thrilled to have the opportunity to expand InnoVint’s presence with him at the helm.”

Prior to joining the InnoVint team, Williams was a sales leader for both Commerce7 and WineDirect. While working for Winery Direct, he quickly rose in the ranks from Sales Executive to Director of Sales, then transitioned to spearheading International Sales for Commerce7 at the company’s inception. He holds degrees in Business Management, Sales & Marketing from Sonoma State University.

“I am very excited about this opportunity with InnoVint. So far in my career, my business knowledge and experience has been based around wine as a finished product. How to sell it, how to market it, how to taste it, and how to tell it’s story. But never have I been a part of the story, until now.” 

“This is what excites me the most,” Kevin shares. “Coming on as the new Senior Relationship Manager allows me to move into the most fascinating element of the wine business, harvest and production itself. Giving me the opportunity to meet with winemakers and production specialists, pick up some enology education, and join a great team” states Williams.

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