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FourKites appoints new CFO

The supply chain visibility provider says this change will drive continued growth moving forward

Supply chain visibility provider FourKites has announced the appointment of Bill Maw as its new chief financial officer.  

Maw brings decades of global experience leading finance at large public companies, as well as high-growth private equity and venture-backed portfolio companies.

“I am thrilled to be joining FourKites as CFO, particularly at such an exciting time in the company’s storied history,” Maw says.

“Not only does FourKites boast a stellar track record of innovation and customer success, but it is taking nothing for granted as it scales up for the next stage of company growth and maturity.

“I’m excited to bring my skillset to this endeavour, and to be part of such a dynamic, collaborative and customer-obsessed team.”

Before joining FourKites, Maw held senior finance positions with GE, PwC, Recharge Payments, Covius Holdings and Liquidnet.

He is passionate about entrepreneurship and start-ups and has invested in more than 15 seed-stage companies.

FourKites founder and CEO Mathew Elenjickal says the company is delighted to welcome Maw to the team.

“I’m delighted to welcome such an accomplished finance leader to FourKites at a time when we are scaling around the world for continued growth and category leadership,” Elenijckal says.

 New FourKites CFO Bill Maw

“With expertise spanning finance strategy, planning, execution, risk management, operations, capital-raising, M&A, and more, Bill is the mature financial veteran FourKites needs during this next stage of global growth and innovation.”

This appointment follows several additional high-profile hires, including a new President, CTO, SVP of Corporate Growth and several go-to-market leaders.

Maw joins FourKites at a time of significant growth momentum, where over the last year, FourKites has seen a 28 per cent increase in customers, a 37 per cent growth in its carrier network and a 27 per cent growth in shipment volume across more than 200 countries and territories.

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