Automation platform technology provider Xceptor has made a new hire in its North American unit. Todd Rudley has joined the group as its newest Sales Director for North America, helping broaden the Xceptor’s client base in Canada and the US.
The addition of Mr. Rudley is Xceptor’s second hire in its sales unit in the past six months as the company increases its focus on North America. Back in April, the group also brought in Marco Sablone as its Director of Sales & Business Development for North America.
North America is integral to Xceptor’s growth plans in 2017 and beyond. The influx of hires in this region also represents its foray into newer vertical markets. Andrew Kouloumbrides, CEO of Xceptor commented on the hire: “The North American market is a key geography for Xceptor’s growth plans.”
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“We already have a loyal client base of major financial institutions in the US and Canada, but by making key hires in the region we are able to deepen existing relationships, add new financial clients, explore new vertical markets, and extend our services by working with partners. Todd has joined Xceptor at an exciting time and we look forward to him leveraging his relationships to drive our business forward,” he added.
In his new role Mr. Rudley will be reporting directly to Mr. Kouloumbrides. His mandate will be to oversee and manage all existing clients as well as increasing sales with financial institutions in the US and Canada.
Prior to joining Xceptor, Mr. Rudley worked at IHS Markit as its Director, Enterprise Data Management for over six years in New York. His tenure saw him responsible for new business sales to the group’s wealth management and capital markets clients. Additional roles also include senior stints at Thomson Reuters, FirstRain, and BNY Mellon, among others dating back to 1992.
“I am very pleased to have joined Xceptor as we scale the business and drive growth in North America. There is currently a major initiative within financial institutions to increase efficiency and reduce risk in the middle- and back-office. There is a great deal of interest in Xceptor, as it directly addresses these needs,” reiterated Mr. Rudley.