The Industrial Commerce pioneer has filled strategic executive positions as it exceeds growth targets
Inxeption, the pioneer of Industrial Commerce, announced it is surpassing growth targets and has added two senior executives to a team that is driving a revolutionary new form of ecommerce for business.
Faisal Chughtai has joined Inxeption as the chief financial officer. Faisal brings 20+ years of experience in managing internet and software P&L, finance, strategy, operations, international expansion, M&A, and financing. Faisal was most recently an executive vice president at Web.com and prior to that, he was a senior investment banker at J.P.Morgan and RBC Capital Markets advising clients in software, internet, and digital media sectors in North America, Europe, Latin America, Asia, and Australia. Faisal has an MBA in finance from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and an undergraduate degree in mathematics from the University of Texas at Austin.
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“Faisal will be instrumental in developing and driving the financial strategy in our next phase of growth.” says Farzad Dibachi, co-founder and CEO of Inxeption. Adds Faisal, “Inxeption is a company with a truly disruptive vision and founders who have had the experience and DNA for investing in disciplined growth. Inxeption has the foundation and power to make a massive impact in innovating the Industrial Commerce space and I could not be more excited to join the company at such an exciting time.”
Also joining Inxeption as chief content officer is highly respected content developer Joan O’C. Hamilton. Joan spent many years covering high technology and managing Business Week’s Silicon Valley bureau. More recently, she has worked as a co-author and messaging consultant to prominent business, political, and philanthropic figures including U.S. Presidential candidate Senator Kamala Harris, former eBay and Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman, and former Applied Materials CEO and Chairman James Morgan. She has produced ten books as a ghostwriter, including three New York Times best-sellers. A native of San Francisco, Joan has a BA from Stanford University in communication and political science.
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“Our customers have limited time. They want to cut through the jargon and sell more, do more, and collaborate in new ways,” says Farzad Dibachi. “Joan has spent her career analyzing complex ideas, technologies, and business models and clarifying their potential for broad audiences. Joan understands how to communicate the value of our Industrial Commerce community to existing and potential Commerce Partners.”
“Inxeption’s number one priority is customer advocacy,” adds Joan. “Our platform makes digital transformation fast and simple. I’m here to make sure we provide content and educational materials that help make the value of Industrial Commerce obvious.”
Inxeption, based in Brisbane, California, now has offices in California, New York, Georgia, and Colorado. Its powerful business services platform enables digital buying, selling, and supply chain management designed specifically for business, dubbed Industrial Commerce. The platform is driving top-line growth and streamlining supply chain management at every scale for hundreds of Inxeption’s Commerce Partners, from single-shop retailers, to industrial product manufacturers in industries ranging from sporting goods to automotive parts, to divisions of multi-billion-dollar global enterprises.
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