Hamilton, NJ—Feb. 17, 2014—Billtrust, an outsourced billing services provider, announced the addition of Mark Miller, Chairman/CEO of consumer digital services company Allconnect, and Pete Sinisgalli, director and former President/CEO of supply chain solutions provider Manhattan Associates, to its board of directors. Through their diverse backgrounds in the financial, consumer services, credit and supply chain service industries, Miller and Sinisgalli will provide unique strategic counsel as Billtrust continues to address its corporate and marketplace needs.
“One of the great strengths of Billtrust’s board of directors is that it never remains static. As our needs grow and change, we’ve been able to continually attract top talent that matches our stage of development,” said Flint Lane, Billtrust Founder and CEO. “Pete and Mark provide sage experience as we not only transition to a much-larger company, but also evaluate our options on a wide range of topics related to marketing, finance and strategic partnerships. These are highly skilled, highly engaged individuals who I’m sure will give us exceptional counsel.”
Miller brings extensive business leadership experience to the Billtrust board. Prior to his ten-year tenure with Allconnect, Miller was President and Chief Operating Officer of Equifax, a $3 billion global provider of information management, analytics and consumer solutions. He also served as President/CEO of $1.8 billion Galileo International, which provides electronic global distribution services for the travel industry. Other positions have included President/COO of Cendant Corporation’s Travel Division; CEO of PHH Fleet Services; President of GE Capital Financial; and several senior sales management positions at American Express.
As both President/CEO and now director of Manhattan Associates, Sinisgalli played a major role in that company’s rise in the supply chain service industry. Before joining Manhattan Associates, Sinisgalli was President/CEO of NewRoads, Inc., a privately held third-party fulfillment provider; he also spent six years at CheckFree Corporation, rising to become CheckFree’s President. Sinisgalli also lent his executive skills to The Dun & Bradstreet Corporation, where his last position was Executive Vice President and CFO for Dun & Bradstreet Software.