Nvoicepay Names John Ewert Chief Financial Officer

  • December 12, 2017

Beaverton, Ore. — December 12, 2017 — Nvoicepay, the leader in payment automation software for the enterprise, today announced the appointment of veteran financial and executive-level business partner, John Ewert as Chief Financial Officer.

Ewert brings to Nvoicepay more than 20 years of management and executive experience in leading finance teams and business partnering in technology firms. Most recently, he was part of the senior team at Elemental Technologies, leading their rapid growth as CFO and COO while adding significant enterprise value in partnership with the CEO, Head of Worldwide Sales, and other executives. Elemental Technologies was acquired by Amazon in 2015 and became part of Amazon Web Services. Prior to Elemental Technologies he was part of the executive team that scaled Palo Alto Networks through its initial and secondary public offerings.

“John has a strong history of being a financial leader in business operations of fast-growing and successful enterprises,” said Karla Friede, CEO of Nvoicepay. “We’re excited to bring his expertise to Nvoicepay as we grow and further solidify our position as the leader in B2B payments.”

Ewert has also served in various management positions at other large enterprises including Oracle Corporation, Sun Microsystems, and PwC. He spent time in the U.S. military and earned his Certified Public Accounting certification and Master of Business Administration degree with an emphasis in Corporate Finance and Strategy from the University of California, Berkeley. He is currently serving on the Executive Committee as Treasurer for the United Way of the Columbia-Willamette, focused on creating a future where kids in our region are free from instability and worry so they can be free to play and discover, free to learn and grow.

“I am excited to join Nvoicepay’s leadership team,” Ewert said. “Nvoicepay’s team of payment experts are on the forefront of financial technology transforming the traditional accounts payable function into a simple, secure, and automated process for businesses.”

Nvoicepay’s growth trajectory has been on the rise since its beginning. Founded in 2009, the company has grown to serve over 2,750 customers paying hundreds of thousands of suppliers billions of dollars with its payment solution each day.

About Nvoicepay 
Nvoicepay transforms the massive and expensive effort that goes into paying suppliers into a simple and automated solution. For over 2,750 customers, the company optimizes electronic invoice payments for enterprises with intuitive cloud-based software. In addition, Nvoicepay provides comprehensive supplier services through their Payment Command Center and the highest level of security in the industry. By automating all payments, Nvoicepay unlocks resources and immediately reduces accounts payable costs by 75 percent. Learn more at https://www.nvoicepay.com and on Twitter at @Nvoicepay.


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