Scott Smull has been named chief financial officer of Workshare. Smull brings 30 years of finance experience to the company, including financial leadership, operations, managing mergers and acquisitions, and extensive experience leading software companies through various stages of growth.
Smull has financial experience in both large and small organisations, managing in complex environments, and establishing scalable, cost-effective processes and controls. Smull will oversee company financial operations, direct Workshare’s growth and evaluate acquisition targets.
Prior to joining Workshare, Smull served as CFO and COO for PriMetrica Asia, a marketing research and database solutions company located in six Southeast Asian countries. Additionally, his experience includes several CFO positions in software-based companies.
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