We’re proud to announce that Scott Gellman, the Kurtosys CFO/COO, has won in this year’s CFO Innovation Awards. After being nominated as a finalist back in the 2016 awards, this year Scott won in the category for CFO as COO, with the full results available here.
Scott has said this about his award:
This award is a culmination of our collective efforts as a team and all that we have accomplished over the past few years. I’m honored to be nominated, let alone to win, but again, it is a reflection of our successes as a cohesive unit and I couldn’t be more proud of the Kurtosys team. Many thanks to CFO Studio for recognising us in these awards.
About the Awards
The CFO Innovation Awards celebrate highly accomplished CFOs who contribute to their organizations’ economic growth, stability, and success. Nominations are evaluated by CFO Studio’s audit partner, with finalists and award recipients selected by an independent panel of judges. At the CFO Innovation Awards Ceremony and Dinner, held annually before hundreds of executives and hosted by CFO Studio, CFOs receive Awards in 14 specific CFO-focused categories with finalists acknowledged for their achievements, as well.
CFO Innovation Award Recipients were announced at the CFO Innovation Awards Ceremony and Dinner on May 24, 2017, at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ.
About Scott Gellman
Scott holds a MBA from Duke University and a Bachelors degree in Business Economics with an Emphasis in Accounting from the University of California at Santa Barbara. As COO/CFO, Scott is responsible for the global finance, legal, human resources and talent acquisition functions.
Scott is a seasoned technology, enterprise software, and cloud executive who has managed everything from operations, to public and private offerings, strategic transformations, and mergers and acquisitions.
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