Seasoned Financial Leader Strengthens Management Team and Reinforces Global Growth Strategy for Technology Expense Management Software and Services
Calero-MDSL, a global leader in technology expense management (TEM) and market data management, announced that it has hired Brian Brady as Chief Financial Officer. Brian joins an established executive team at Calero-MDSL focused on innovation and automation through software to simplify recurring-expense management for enterprise technology services. He will report to the Chief Executive Officer, Charles Layne.
“The continuity of our leadership team post-merger, across technology, operations, sales and marketing, and overall organizational vision has allowed us to continue growing above and beyond expectations,” said Charles Layne, Chief Executive Officer of Calero-MDSL. “Brian is joining the most successful and stable management team in the industry. I look forward to his impact on executing our vision to be the No. 1 provider of TEM and market data services in the marketplace.”
Brian Brady comes to Calero-MDSL with more than 20 years of financial leadership experience at innovative software, technology, and professional services organizations. Most recently, Brian was the Senior Vice President of FP&A and head of Worldwide Finance at EagleView, a technology provider of aerial imagery, data analytics, and geographic information system solutions. Prior to EagleView, Brady spent six years in public accounting at PwC.
“I’m excited to join a leading organization that has an intense focus on technology innovation and the overall client experience,” said Brady. “The growth in technology spend within the enterprise and the innovative ways that we address those challenges, coupled with the veteran leadership team, made it an easy decision to join Calero-MDSL.”
Following the December 2019 merger and subsequent integration activities, Calero-MDSL has retained key leadership and operational continuity while adding headcount to support continued growth. Through the first two quarters of 2020, Calero-MDSL added 50 new logos to its client roster, including 25 competitive takeaways. The company supports more than $22 billion in technology expenses and three million mobile devices from offices throughout North America, Europe, and Asia. Among their client roster includes five of the top six global credit card companies, three of the top five global software firms, and nine of the top 10 US banks.
“With Brian joining the experienced leadership team, Calero-MDSL continues reinforcement of its customer-oriented growth strategy to drive sustained leadership in the technology expense management space,” said Steven F. Kaplan, Chairman of Calero-MDSL and General Partner at Riverside Partners.