Alphanumeric Systems has hired Jay Trepanier as chief financial officer (CFO). Trepanier brings more than 17 years of financial and operational experience, including budget, accounting, compliance management, contracts, purchasing and board operations to work. Trepanier, a licensed Certified Public Accountant (CPA) who also has an MBA, possesses education and experience in both accounting and business.
Previously, Trepanier served as director of finance for Cary-based Hill-Rom, CFO and vice president of operations for Cary-based Dataflux, and CFO and treasurer for Morrisville-based Etrials. He earned his MBA at Southern New Hampshire University after earning Bachelor’s degrees in Accounting and Business from West Virginia University and The University of New Hampshire, respectively.
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