Spotlight on Anil Phull, account manager


Our intuitive technology and talented people are what makes us iplicit. That’s why we want you to get to know the masterminds behind our true cloud accounting software firm, one by one.

Next up, we put our account manager, Anil Phull, under the spotlight to discuss the title of his autobiography, his childhood dream job, and where he sees iplicit in five years’ time…

What is your first memory of tech?

It’s a little generic, but I’d have to say my Playstation One. My brother has autism and persuading him to sit through a haircut was a real mission growing up — my parents bought him a console as a reward, which worked really well!

What did you want to be when you grew up?

That’s easy, a footballer — it’s all I ever wanted to be!

How would you describe iplicit to a new recruit?

A very friendly, fast-paced environment where everyone works together towards the same goal.

Who can you rely on to cheer up the team on a rainy day?

This is difficult, but I’d have to say Tommy. He was there when I first started at iplicit and really took me under his wing!

Choose a character (cartoon/film/TV/book) to describe your work personality

Even though I’m a huge movie fan, I found this a hard question to answer. Some of my colleagues kindly suggested Superman, but I’m not so sure!

Tell us one truth and one lie…

I was a member of Team GB for Karate under 14s and I have the Liverpool F.C. badge tattooed on my back.

What would the title of your autobiography be?

Sticking with the football theme, it’s got to be ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’.

If you were a piece of technology, which would you be and why?

I’d probably say a Smartphone — because people often ask me for the answers to their questions and I’m always here for a friendly chat.

What do you think is going to be the next big thing for Enterprise Resource Planning software?

I recently invested in an Oculus Quest Two headset, so I’ve got to say virtual reality. Before I tried one for myself, I thought it was a bit of a gimmick, but I’m a total convert — they’re incredible!

Where do you see iplicit in five years?

iplicit’s rate of development is amazing, I think in five years’ time, we’ll be approaching becoming a household name.

We’ll have a wider customer base and a streamlined service while retaining that personal touch. Hopefully, with the same buzz and level of communication — which I believe is the lifeblood of our organisation.

How it all works

iplicit’s architecture is quite special; it’s true cloud and only in the browser, but it looks and feels like a desktop application. No layer upon layer of tabs opening and probably the most intuitive navigation that you will find in the marketplace today. Take a look for yourself.