Tungsten Network Hires Vice-President of Enterprise Sales

New Vice President of Global Sales to accelerate enterprise sales of e-invoicing, PO services, workflow and analytics

Tungsten Network has appointed Stanley Chia as Vice President, Global Sales as part of Tungsten’s wider growth strategy, and in response to continuing opportunities for rapid expansion.

Chia brings a wealth of sales experience, having held highly successful sales management positions at Oracle, SAS, and Hyperion, throughout Asia and North America. He arrives from Lexmark Enterprise Software, where he consistently exceeded sales targets by building world class sales and account management teams.

Tungsten Network is a prominent brand with great opportunity to expand their global platform,” said Chia. “The world’s leading organisations recognise that the digitisation of their internal processes is an evolution they must undergo. As a pioneer in digitising the supply chain through electronic invoicing, procurement analytics and supply chain financing, Tungsten Network was an obvious choice for me.

Kevin Wilbur, Senior Vice President of AP Automation at Tungsten Network said: “These are exciting times for Tungsten, with our recent landmark expansion into India, the relaunch of Tungsten Network Finance, and now adding Stanley to the team. This is a critical position for Tungsten Network, and I’m thrilled to have someone of Stanley’s calibre in the role. Stanley’s global business experience, expertise in the financial process automation space, and ability to motivate sales teams around strong customer value is a great fit for Tungsten Network.  I look forward to exciting and prosperous times ahead.

Tungsten Network is a global e-invoicing provider, increasing efficiencies in the invoicing process and delivering cost savings. It offers electronic invoicing and PO services, procurement analytics, and early payment as a form of alternative finance, helping to maintain a solid financial supply chain.

Author: Dylan Jones

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