Leading supply chain finance and technology provider, Octet has announced a new senior leadership structure, with Brett Isenberg and Michael Rom transitioning into the roles of Co-CEO’s. The move which was effective July 1, recognises the key contributions of both Brett and Michael to the positive trajectory of the Octet supply chain transactional business, particularly over the last 4 years.
Commenting on the new leadership structure, Co-CEO, Brett Isenberg said, “Both Michael and I are immensely proud and excited to be recognised as leaders of the Octet business, as we move into the future, continuing the businesses unrelenting efforts in achieving our vision of connecting and growing the world’s businesses. Whilst we are well on our way to becoming a major destination for Australian businesses to manage and finance their payables and receivables, there is still much room for improvement within our range of working capital solutions, ensuring that we’re fully listening to business market appetite in the current and forecast economic climate.”
Co-CEO, Michael Rom added, “We’re offering businesses an opportunity to scale, trade globally (and domestically) with confidence, diversity of funding, and create strong cash flow runways in times of both positive growth and global economic uncertainty. With the supply chain continuing to tighten across a diverse range of industries, coupled with rapidly rising interest rates and inflation, our innovative supply chain technology helps to provide peace of mind and transparency for our SME customers and their wider supply chain networks.”
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