Corcentric named Joseph Sparks and Tanner J. Thorne vice presidents of Sales, Capital Equipment Solutions. Sparks will have responsibility for the Western U.S. region and Thorne for the Midwest.
In these newly created positions, both will be responsible for analyzing customer fleets in order to optimize their total cost of ownership.
Sparks has two decades of experience as a sales professional in the transportation industry. Most recently, he was vice president of Sales for Estenson Logistics/Hub Group Dedicated, where he grew annual revenue from $60 million in four states to more than $285 million in 31 states. He was also a three-time Sales Executive of the Year during his tenure at Ruan Transportation. He began his career with Ryder Systems as a national sales executive and also held executive sales positions with Industrial Fleet Management and First Fleet Corp.
Thorne joined Corcentric form Penske Truck Leasing, where he was a lease sales representative, handling multiple locations for customers nationwide. He ranked in the top ten percent of all lease sales representative in the country. Thorne began his career in the transportation industry with Penske in 2015 as a management trainee, and was later promoted to a rental sales representative.
Founded in 1996, Corcentric provides procurement and finance solutions, helping companies reduce costs and improve working capital by optimizing how they purchase, pay and get paid.
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