Xceptor, a provider of process automation and data management services for the financial sector, today announced the appointment of Marco Sablone as Director of Sales & Business Development for North America.
Reporting directly to Andrew Kouloumbrides, Chief Executive Officer, Sablone will be working closely with existing clients and driving new business as part of the company’s ambitious program to significantly
boost its presence in North America.
I am thrilled to join the team at Xceptor to build on the strong foundation of a mature product suite delivering real value, a loyal client base across the globe, and a strong commitment to
Xceptor has proven its easy-to-configure platform can rapidly bring high levels of automation, optimize workflows, and reduce risk. Our focus is to empower users so that businesses can capture opportunities more quickly, avoid costly errors, and react faster to regulatory and other challenges. From a TCO perspective, our leading-edge automation solutions are unrivalled.
Commenting on this key hire, Kouloumbrides said:
We are pursuing a strategy of growth in North America underpinned by our existing relationships with major US financial institutions and the growing demand for automation, governance, and compliance in the market. We recently opened an office in New York, which provides greater proximity to our clients, our partners and many new segments of the market. This is a strategic initiative for the company and we are delighted Marco has joined Xceptor to play a key role in our growth plans.
Before joining Xceptor, Sablone was Director of Sales and Marketing at Joss Technology, a FinTech provider focused on entity data management solutions. He also served as Director of Sales for North America at AIM Software, the EDM provider that acquired Joss Technology.
Sablone brings to Xceptor over 17 years of experience in financial information and data management technology. He has held several senior sales and business development positions in Europe and in the USA
including at Interactive Data (now ICE Data Services), where he was instrumental in driving the company’s expansion into new markets and managed several of the firm’s strategic accounts and partnerships.