Matt Clark Appointed Chief Operating Officer for Corcentric
Clark will play a strategic role in directing the growth of the financial process automation provider.
January 20, 2015, MCLEAN, VA — Corcentric, a leading provider of financial process automation solutions, announces the appointment of Matt Clark to the role of Chief Operating Officer. Matt joined Corcentric in 2004 and has served as Vice President of Operations since 2012.
In his new role, Clark will be responsible for overseeing day-to-day operations and ensuring companywide alignment with competitive strategies to enhance marketplace execution and service delivery to Corcentric’s customers. He will oversee all software engineering and operational efforts, including implementation, client services, integration, and IT infrastructure. Most recently, Clark was Vice President of Operations for Corcentric. He joined Corcentric in 2004 as Director of Sales and has been instrumental in the organization’s growth.
“Matt will play a key role in positioning Corcentric for continued marketplace success. He brings a diverse set of leadership skills, extensive operations expertise, and a successful track record that we will leverage across the company,” said Doug Clark, President and CEO of Corcentric.
Prior to his tenure at Corcentric, Clark worked in various key roles at Infolinx System Solutions where he managed the implementation of records management solutions at large government agencies, including The National Institute of Health (NIH) and DC Child Support.
Corcentric, a wholly-owned subsidiary of AmeriQuest Business Services, LLC, provides cloud-based financial process automation solutions that have revolutionized how the world’s largest organizations manage and protect their financial assets. By connecting best practices with deep expertise, Corcentric’s Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable automation solutions enable organizations to reduce costs, streamline processes, and provide unmatched visibility executives need to make critical business decisions. For more information, visit corcentric.com.