ANTs Software has appointed industry veteran David Buckel as chief financial officer (CFO). Buckel has extensive IT and technology financial management experience.
For more than 10 years, Buckel has served as CFO for a number of public and private companies in the IT and technology industries. He has worked under a wide range of circumstances from start-up ventures, consolidations and turnaround situations to leading fast growing profit driven corporations.
Buckel has experience in SEC reporting, Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, investor relations, corporate development and the capital markets. He has held high level positions including public and private company board of director roles and has chaired and been a key member of both the audit and compensation committees for a number of public companies.
Prior to joining ANTs, Buckel served as CFO for Ryla, a call centre solutions provider. He has also served as CFO for Internap Network Services, a provider of high-performance solutions for business critical applications, and Interland, an applications hosting and web services consulting company.
Buckel received his MBA from Syracuse University and a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Canisius College. He is a certified management accountant (CMA) by the Institute of Management Accountants.
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