Toronto, ON (PRWEB) November 01, 2017
Obero is pleased to announce the appointment of Dave Conte as Chief Financial Officer at Obero.
In his role as CFO, Dave will help to accelerate the growth of Obero and develop sustainable operations. Dave has over 25 years experience in managing risk, developing responsible growth and mentoring success for technology companies.
“We are delighted to welcome Dave Conte to Obero as Chief Financial Officer,” said Leon Kharkhourin, CEO of Obero. “Dave’s extensive experience in strategic planning and development make him an integral part of the leadership team as we continue to drive Obero’s growth.”
Dave has extensive knowledge of finance and accounting, as well as technology experience in a variety of industries. At Mercatus Technologies, he served as Chief Financial Officer responsible for financial planning and analysis, accounting, treasury activities, and investor relations. Dave served as Chief Financial Officer at Camilion Solutions, an enterprise insurance software platform, where he guided it from pre-revenue, through aggressive growth, to the eventual acquisition by SAP. He is active in the Toronto tech community as an advisor and consultant to many growth technology companies. Dave began his career at Ernst & Young LLP and holds a Bachelor of Mathematics from the University of Waterloo
Dave will lend his expertise in a joint webinar with Financial Executive International (FEI) on November 7 where he’ll be discussing commission management accounting under the new revenue recognition standards. To learn more,click here.
Obero SPM is a cloud-based Sales Performance Management Solution which supports the end-to-end sales life cycle and is the only solution designed to support cost accounting under ASC 606. Obero SPM integrates Sales and Revenue Management, Territory and Quota Management, Workforce and Capacity Management, Incentive Compensation Management and Compensation Accounting Management and Sales Planning and Forecasting processes in a single unified application that is uniquely positioned for the subscription economy.