Sajan, a provider of global language services and cloud-based translation management software, has hired Tim Clayton as chief financial officer (CFO). Clayton has over 30 years of experience working with public and private companies across a variety of industries including professional services and software. He has substantial experience with publically traded companies as well as with mergers and acquisitions.
Prior to joining Sajan, Clayton was the founding principal of Emerging Capital, a specialised management consulting firm providing advisory services in the areas of strategic planning, mergers and acquisitions, capital formation, corporate governance and CFO-related activities. He established Emerging Capital after serving as executive vice president (EVP), CFO and treasurer of Building One Services, a national provider of facility services.
Prior to that, Clayton worked for 21 years at Price Waterhouse, serving as an audit partner for nine years. In this role, he was responsible for audit, acquisition support and business advisory services for a variety of clients. Clayton has a BA in Accounting from Michigan State University, and is a certified public accountant (CPA).
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