California-based business operation company Anaplan announced today (September 8, 2014) that it has named Marc Stoll as its new Chief Financial Officer (CFO).
In his new role, Stoll will help take Anaplan to the next phase of its market disruption, maturity, and industry leadership, said the company in its media statement.
Prior to joining Anaplan, Stoll served as Vice President of Worldwide Sales Finance for Apple where he was responsible for global sales channels. He has also held other significant leadership roles at CA Technologies, Julius Baer Investment Management and Compaq Computer.
"Marc has tremendous financial and operational experience, a deep understanding of international markets and, as one would expect from his time at Apple, truly understands growth and scale," said Fred Laluyaux, Anaplan President and CEO. "I am extremely impressed with Marc's style, expertise and personality. Most importantly though, I have come to appreciate Marc's passion for and understanding of Anaplan and what it means for enterprises around the world to operate in a truly integrated way."
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