Flexys Solutions appoints Chief Revenue Officer
Leading debt management system supplier, Flexys Solutions is pleased to announce the appointment of Ahmed Amin to the role of Chief Revenue Officer.
Following the recent appointments of Elizabeth Abbott-Stratford to Chief Financial Officer and Dr David Scholefield to Chief Operating Officer, this latest senior-level appointment focuses on scaling revenue as the company moves into the next phase of growth, capitalising on significant levels of interest from creditors in the UK and further afield.
Amin joins Flexys from AccountScore where he was instrumental in building revenue that led to an acquisition by Equifax. With a proven track record in high-performing sales teams, he will establish revenue-generating strategies, implementing the company’s growth plans and driving
the acquisition of new clients and partners.
Flexys CEO, Jon Hickman said:
“As momentum builds at Flexys, we are creating an ambitious, cohesive and experienced leadership team to ensure the company’s plans are executed and managed effectively. Ahmed brings exciting levels of can-do enthusiasm to the role of Chief Revenue Officer and comes on board at a time when our solution capability and our reputation for excellent client service is driving significant levels of interest and with demand for our solutions at an all-time high.”
Ahmed Amin commented:
“I am inspired by the energy at Flexys and by the sophisticated debt management system that they have developed. The response of the credit and collections market has been exceptional and I look forward to expanding our client base and consolidating our position as the global leader in debt management and collections solutions.”
About Flexys Solutions
Flexys is a cutting edge debt management and collections system supplier with clients in the banking, utility and financial services sectors. Started in 2016, Flexys has designed and built an enterprise-level debt collection platform that radically improves the underlying technology, functionality and performance available to lenders to help them collect debt in a compliant and cost-effective way.
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