Jack Perschke joins the Crossflow team

Jack Perschke joins the Crossflow team

Posted by Pete Loughlin in Financial Supply Chain Management, Supply Chain Finance 08 Oct 2013

Crossflow Payments has made two senior appointments in as many weeks. They have just announced that Jack Perschke has joined the company as Commercial Director.

Jack brings significant experience of complex commercial-led change from both his past roles with Ernst and Young’s advisory practice and his own commercial strategy business.  He also has extensive government and IT experience having worked with The Cabinet Office, The Ministry of Justice, Passport UK, The Government Procurement Service and The Department for Business Innovation and Skills (BIS).

Purchasing Insight logoJack’s core experience lies in devising commercial and business models that drive change. For Crossflow Payments this will be a key skill as it looks to continue investment growth, expand the business’s user base and develop a structure that will enable rapid growth.

Jack commented: “Business transformation and adaptation is key to organisations today. In my new role with Crossflow Payments I will help shape the business and commercial proposition and also work with new and existing customers to help them align their IT systems infrastructure to deliver efficiencies in their supply chains and finance strategies. ’’

The Crossflow Payments proposition is designed to drive cashflow into the supply chains of SMEs, something the government has been pushing hard to achieve. “I believe that Crossflow’s innovative design is really ground breaking. It is leveraging both the government’s Funding for Lending programme launched by David Cameron in July 2012 and partnering with private investment firms keen to provide finance to SMEs.’’

Tony Duggan, CEO of Crossflow commented “As this business grows, it is crucial that we have the expertise to scale with the level of growth we plan to achieve. Jack has great leadership and business transformation skills that position Crossflow Payments well for the future.”

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