INDIANAPOLIS (Feb. 08, 2016) – TinderBox, a leader in sales productivity technologies, announced today that veteran financial executive John Ludwig has joined the company as its chief financial officer.
Ludwig has spent more than 25 years providing financial leadership for some of the country’s largest tech companies. In his new role, Ludwig will lead the company’s financial operations and facilitate long-term growth.
“John has a wealth of expertise leading the financial teams of several enterprise technology companies,” said Dustin Sapp, TinderBox co-founder and chief executive officer. “His addition to the team positions us to accelerate our growth by scaling our finance and other back office operations.”
Prior to joining TinderBox, Ludwig was chief financial officer for Telamon Corporation, one of the largest private companies in Indiana with operations in the telecom, industrial and business process outsourcing industries. Ludwig also served as executive vice president and chief financial officer at BrightPoint Americas (a subsidiary of BrightPoint, Inc., a wireless device and logistics company acquired by Ingram Micro in 2012), and vice president and chief financial officer at Aprimo (a marketing software company acquired by Teradata in 2011).
“TinderBox enables companies to improve accuracy and performance to close more deals and increase revenue,” said Ludwig. “I’m excited to join a company with such a transformative product and growing team.”
Ludwig is the latest addition to the TinderBox executive team. Just last month, Salesforce and ExactTarget sales executive John Kwiatkowski joined the company as its vice president of enterprise sales.
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