Eyefreight, provider of transportation management systems (TMS), has announced its appointment of Bogdan (Bob) Fedorciow, as the executive vice-president of international operations.
Within this role, Fedorciow will the lead international sales team. Fedorciow’s proven background scaling enterprise software organisations profitably, building success in blue-chip beach-head accounts, and overall senior level of experience will ensure Eyefreight continues to grow.
“Shippers now seek a TMS application with a quick implementation and an accelerated return on investment backed by a strong organisation,” said Fedorciow. “With technology, development leadership and commitment to drive down supply chain costs for our clients, Eyefreight is ready to meet those needs."
Fedorciow has more than 25 years of experience in the global technology business. Most recently he was vice-president International for Antenna Software and Cast Iron Systems (acquired by Pega Systems and IBM respectively). Immediately prior, he spent more than 10 years at leading enterprise supply chain software companies such as Infor and JDA in executive leadership positions responsible for international operations. During this period, he solidified an enviable sales and general management track record, hyper-growing and re-structuring their international enterprise software businesses. He started his management career as the country manager–director EMEA for Pansophic Systems, a producer of enterprise software that was ultimately acquired by Computer Associates, following a decade as the company’s top international sales contributor.
Ken Fleming, CEO of Eyefreight, said: “Fedorciow’s depth of experience, leadership acumen, and track record of success are exactly what the company needs to capitalise on this interest and pursue our next major phase of growth.”