McLean, VA (PRWEB) May 29, 2015
Corcentric, a leading provider of cloud-based financial process automation solutions, announces the appointment of Kevin Harrison as Vice President of Operations. Harrison joins Corcentric with more than 19 years of experience in software deployment, training, and customer support.
In this position, Harrison will be responsible for project management and product implementation for all Corcentric financial process automation solutions, as well as customer support and training, pre- and post-implementation. He will oversee the company’s daily operations, ensuring implementation best practices and customer success.
“Kevin brings with him a unique combination of technical and business expertise that will serve our customers, and our company, well,” said Matt Clark, COO of Corcentric. “His experience in software deployment and implementation management will allow our customers to transition smoothly to automating their financial processes, and his success in team building, training, and customer relationship management will ensure ongoing communications throughout the entire process and well beyond.
Prior to joining Corcentric, Harrison served as Vice President of Professional Services at Meridian Knowledge Solutions, where he developed new implementation and support methodologies to improve quality, efficiency, and the overall customer experience. He has also served as VP of Professional Services at Rivermine, a telecom expense management company and as a principal consultant for both PwC and IBM.
Corcentric, a wholly-owned subsidiary of AmeriQuest Business Services, Inc., provides cloud-based financial process automation solutions that have revolutionized how the world’s largest organizations manage and protect their financial assets. By connecting best practices with deep expertise, Corcentric’s Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable automation solutions enable organizations to reduce costs, streamline processes, and provide unmatched visibility executives need to make critical business decisions. For more information, visit corcentric.com.