Phil Fraher Will Lead Zilliant’s Financial Operations and Will Report Directly to Greg Peters
Zilliant, a company helping B2B enterprises turn data into actionable intelligence to accelerate profitable growth, announced that Phil Fraher has joined the company as Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Fraher joins Zilliant from Bask Technologies, where he was President and CFO and helped re-energize the consumer technology firm.
“Phil has an excellent track record advising fast-growth organizations and we’re excited to welcome him to the company. I’m confident his extensive experience in private equity, venture capital, M&A and international business expansion will provide tremendous value to Zilliant,” said Greg Peters, CEO, Zilliant.
“It’s an exciting time to join Zilliant. Zilliant is helping B2B organizations transform their traditional and digital channels to maximize the immediate value of every transaction. In today’s hyper-competitive B2B market, the company is helping their customers create a significant competitive advantage. I look forward to helping the company optimize its financial operations,” said Fraher.
Fraher’s experience includes serving as CEO, COO, and CFO for FuelQuest, a fuel supply chain software company, which he guided to a series of successful exits. Other roles include President and CEO of Visual Numerics, Inc., COO and CFO of Brightmail, Inc., and financial management positions at Cahners Business Information Electronic Media Division, Pilot Software, and Dun & Bradstreet. Fraher previously served as an Executive in Residence at the Houston Technology Center and holds an MBA from the Simon School of Business at the University of Rochester and a BS in computing engineering from Auburn University.
Zilliant helps B2B enterprises turn data into actionable intelligence that accelerates profitable growth. The Zilliant IQ Platform uses AI to deliver actionable, real-time sales and pricing intelligence for traditional and digital channels, so you can maximize the immediate value of every transaction – and the lifetime value of every customer.
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