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New CFO named by Coupa in C-suite shuffle

The company has undergone several leadership changes since being acquired by the private equity firm Thoma Bravo, and this appointment is the most recent of them.

Coupa Software, a spend management company, announced on Tuesday that Kevin Burns, a seasoned veteran of the technology sector, has been appointed as its new CFO.

With over thirty years of leadership experience in the tech sector, Burns most recently served as the CFO of Dynatrace, a software provider. A Coupa representative informed CFO Dive that his new position took effect on November 13.

Tony Tiscornia, the company’s former finance chief, declared last month on LinkedIn that he had made the decision to leave after 11 years.

Following its acquisition by private equity firm Thoma Bravo earlier this year, the software company located in San Mateo, California, has undergone several leadership changes. This appointment is the most recent in this sequence.

In a press release on Tuesday, Coupa CEO Leagh Turner stated, “Coupa is writing a new chapter, ensuring continued innovation and customer success while creating a durable business focused on sustainable growth and profitability.” “Kevin offers a plethora of expertise in leading and transforming organisations to achieve unprecedented success.”

Following his tenure as co-CEO of Ceridian, Turner was appointed CEO of Coupa on November 1. Coupa announced in September that it has appointed Mark Morgan, a former Blue Yonder interim CEO, to the position of chief commercial officer.

Coupa, a software company that went public in 2016, announced in February that Thoma Bravo had completed a $8 billion acquisition deal, bringing the company private.

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