Corcentric Appoints Browning, Oliveri & Stewart as New Directors of Sales



Corcentric, a provider of business spend management and revenue management software and services, has named three new directors of Sales to join its Fleet Solutions business.

Michael Browning, as director of Sales, Ohio and Western PA, will oversee the management of all sales in his territory. Prior to joining Corcentric, Browning established over 20 years of experience in sales leadership positions with Shrader Tire & Oil, Marangoni, and TCI Tire Centers. Browning will report to Rich Silva, regional vice president of Sales Northeast.

Mike Oliveri joins Corcentric as director of Sales, New York, New Jersey & Pennsylvania and will be responsible for sales management in these regions. Oliveri previously served on the board of directors for the Institute of Supply Management, and has experience with Amazon and CenterPoint Group, a Corcentric supplier. Oliveri will also work under the management of Rich Silva.

Scotty Stewart will lead sales efforts as director of Sales of the Midwest. Stewart has experience as an insurance agency owner and worked as a business development manager with Ryder Transportation. Stewart will report directly to Josh Urban, regional vice president of Sales South Central.

“We have always been relentlessly focused on our customers,” said Bill McCouch, senior vice president of Procurement Services. “The growth of our sales team in a tumultuous year demonstrates our commitment to delivering an excellent customer experience. We want our customers to continue to rely on Corcentric’s expertise and partnership to enable them to lower costs across all areas of their fleet operations.”

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