PEAC Solutions Promotes Sting to President of the Americas
SEP 26, 2023 - 7:12 am
PEAC Solutions promoted Greg Sting to president of the Americas. In this capacity, Sting will oversee all aspects of PEAC Solutions’ operations in the Americas, including credit, booking, sales support, customer care, collections, asset management, legal, IT, finance and human resources.
Sting has more than 30 years of experience in leasing and financial services, including the past nine years with PEAC Solutions, where he most recently served as senior vice president and chief operating officer. Prior to joining PEAC Solutions, he was the chief operating officer of CIT Finance and was responsible for servicing the company’s vendor finance portfolio. He has also held various operations management roles with Stryker Financial Solutions and Dana Commercial Credit.
“The expansion of Greg’s responsibilities is a well-deserved recognition of his contributions to PEAC Solutions,” Bill Stephenson, CEO of PEAC Solutions, said. “I am confident that he will continue to drive the efficient growth of our operational and servicing capabilities and further increase the value that we deliver to our vendor partners and customers.”
“I am very proud of the solid operational and digital foundation that we have built in recent years and the many steps we have taken to enhance customer service, including the ‘partner ambassador’ concept,” Sting said. “Looking ahead, I am excited to be taking on this wider scope of responsibilities and further contributing to the company’s continued growth and success.”
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