Appointment strengthens execution ability for Iptor 22 growth plan
28th January 2020. Stockholm. Iptor, a leader in distribution and supply chain management, planning and logistics software and services, today announces the appointment of Daniel Bednar as Chief Financial Officer and member of the Iptor Board. Daniel has 30 years of international financial management experience, most recently for private equity-backed, international growth companies and prior to this two Fortune 100 companies, after an early career in public practice with Coopers & Lybrand (now PwC).
Coming shortly after the announcement of Iptor’s new ownership structure and investment from Bregal, Daniel’s appointment adds executive experience and expertise to drive the execution of Iptor’s 22 growth plan. Alongside CEO Jayne Archbold and Chief Product and Marketing Officer, Christopher Catterfeld, Daniel will pursue Iptor’s strategic objectives through embarking on a ramped-up strategic expansion program, focusing on building out its leading position in the Technical Wholesale, Pharma and Publishing sectors as well as increasing its geographical footprint and pursuing acquisitions. Daniel will be responsible for managing the global Finance, HR, Legal and IT functions of Iptor.
Jayne Archbold, Iptor CEO, commented, “I am delighted to appoint Daniel at such an important and exciting time in Iptor’s evolution. His background in developing businesses, teams and infrastructure for growth businesses and his experience of acquisitions were key factors in our decision as was his ‘fit’ for an ambitious, dynamic, people and customer focused business such as ours.”
Originally from Vancouver, Canada, Daniel has lived and worked in both Europe and the United States. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of British Columbia and is a Canadian chartered accountant.
Iptor is a global leader in enterprise resource planning, supply chain management, planning and logistics software and services. Iptor helps distribution-focused organizations solve their most complex order management and fulfilment challenges within fast-moving, multi-channel and global supply chains, turning them into growth opportunities.
Serving 1,250 customers with 4,000 installations in more than 40 countries, Iptor provides fully integrated enterprise solutions, with highly adaptable and robust software backed by world-class support from distribution and supply chain experts. With its micro-services orientated cloud platforms and the use of smart technologies, Iptor offers compelling value to customers across the Technical Wholesale, Pharma and Publishing sectors. For more information, visit: www.iptor.com.
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