Managed IT, security and cloud services provider Vology has appointed Grant Newmyer as Chief Financial Officer (CFO). In his role as CFO, Newmyer is responsible for contributing to Vology’s profitable growth with a focus on strong business practices and operational execution.
Newmyer is a strategically focused CFO with extensive experience overseeing finance organizations for high-growth companies, providing the vision, strategy and leadership to help the company meet its long-term objectives, said the company.
“We’re excited to welcome Grant to Vology as our new CFO,” said Barry Shevlin, Founder and CEO of Vology. “Grant brings wide-ranging financial, operational and strategic experience to the role. This, combined with his deep understanding of the technology industry and scaling high-growth companies, will be a huge asset to Vology as we continue on our current phase of growth and further our mission to drive innovation, cost savings and improved user experiences to our customers.”
“Vology has a reputation for being on the leading edge of change, evolving its business model in response to the dynamic environment within which we attract and support our customers,” Newmyer said. “I look forward to extending this transformational leadership to our finance organization as we continue to expand our scope of services and provide value-added solutions to help organizations succeed through innovative technology.”
With more than 30 years of finance leadership experience and a diverse industry background—from manufacturing to business services and consumer goods, Newmyer joins Vology from iQor, a business process outsourcing company which provides customer service, third-party collections and accounts receivable management. There, he served as Senior Vice President–Global Controller since 2014 and was instrumental in the company’s merger and acquisitions sell-side activities.
Previously, Newmyer was Group Financial Officer at First Advantage, where he integrated European acquisitions and created new product pricing strategies to maximize cash flow and profitability. Before then, he last served as Vice President of Finance at Sara Lee Corp. and formerly held several other finance management roles for a combined 11 years.