SYSPRO names Piero Broccardo CFO for North America
July 29, 2019
By Manufacturing AUTOMATION
July 29, 2019 – SYSPRO, a global provider of industry-built enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, has appointed Piero Broccardo as chief financial officer (CFO), North America.
As CFO, Broccardo will be responsible for planning, implementing, managing, and directing all financial-related activities of SYSPRO regions in the US and Canada.
Working alongside SYSPRO USA CEO Geoff Garrett, Broccardo brings a wealth of specialist knowledge to his role, says the company.
“Piero’s strong financial background, deep understanding of manufacturing and technology, and shared desire to be an advocate for customer and partner success makes him the ideal choice for our North American CFO,” says Garrett in a release. “We are so pleased to welcome him to Team SYSPRO, and look forward to continuing along a path of success.”
Broccardo has more than 20 years of experience working in finance, manufacturing and technology industries. Broccardo comes to SYSPRO as CFO from MavenLink, where he led the worldwide organization from an accounting, strategic planning, treasury and overall business operation perspective.
Prior to MavenLink, Broccardo spent six years as CFO at Accurate Background, providing the capital strategy and financing approach that led to rapid growth, streamlined operations and expanded margins for the business. He holds an MBA in International Business and Finance from Pepperdine Graziadio Business School, and a bachelor’s degree in economics from California State University, Fullerton.
“I am thrilled to be joining SYSPRO during a very exciting time for the company,” says Broccardo. “I plan to contribute to SYSPRO’s commitment to customer and partner success, while helping focus on employee and company growth. I look forward to seeing the company bring continued value for the SYSPRO community across the globe.”
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