Wednesday, 08 August 2018 17:40

BlackLine lines up Pirko as regional VP

BlackLine ANZ regional vice-president Claudia Pirko BlackLine ANZ regional vice-president Claudia Pirko

Financial controls and automation software company BlackLine has appointed Claudia Pirko as its regional vice-president for Australia and New Zealand.

"Claudia's extensive sales and partner industry experience combined with her track record of success in working with organisations throughout Australia and New Zealand is highly prized as we continue to support customers in their transition to a Continuous Accounting model," said senior vice-president for Asia Pacific, Terry Smagh.

Pirko most recently worked for Qlik, with roles including NSW territory sales manager and commercial and OEM sales director.

She previously worked for SAP in a variety of roles including that of partner sales manager.

Pirko holds a bachelor's degree in computing science, business administration and management from UTS.

"I look forward to working with our customers and partners to enable them to fully leverage and optimise the feature functionality of the BlackLine platform to automate, centralise and streamline financial close operations, intercompany accounting processes and other key F&A processes," she said.


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