Corcentric, a provider of business spend management and revenue management software and services, appointed Fredrick “Fritz” Smith chief revenue officer. In the newly established role, Smith will serve as the strategic leader for the company’s global sales strategy.
Reporting directly to Matt Clark, president and COO of Corcentric, Fritz will drive sales performance through the development of a worldwide team. Smith has more than 25 years of experience in the technology industry.
“We are excited to welcome Fritz as a member of our executive team,” Clark said. “He has an impressive track record leading global sales organizations, and I’m confident he’ll successfully guide our go-to-market organization and play an important role in positioning Corcentric for further success as we continue to drive growth with our established customers and take on new opportunities.”
“I am thrilled to join Corcentric at this exciting time,” Fritz said. “Corcentric has solid momentum and is challenging procurement and finance leaders to think differently about how they manage cash flow across procurement, accounts payable and accounts receivable. I look forward to working with our teams globally to advance Corcentric’s mission of transforming how businesses purchase, pay and get paid.”
Prior to joining Corcentric, Smith served as CRO for P2 Energy Solutions, where he positioned the company for global growth through acquisition and retention of P2’s customer portfolio.
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