Spend management company Coupa Software said Tuesday that it appointed technology industry veteran Kevin Burns to become its new CFO.
Burns comes to the job with more than three decades of tech sector leadership experience, most recently as CFO of software provider Dynatrace. His new role became effective on Nov. 13, a Coupa spokesperson told CFO Dive.
The company’s prior finance chief, Tony Tiscornia, announced in a recent LinkedIn post that he decided to leave the company after 11 years.
The appointment is the latest in a series of recent leadership changes at the San Mateo, California-based software company in the wake of its acquisition by private equity firm Thoma Bravo earlier this year.
“Coupa is writing a new chapter, ensuring continued innovation and customer success while creating a durable business focused on sustainable growth and profitability,” Coupa CEO Leagh Turner said in a Tuesday press release. “Kevin brings a wealth of experience doing precisely that — leading and transforming companies to reach new levels of success.”
Turner was named Coupa’s CEO on Nov. 1 after serving as co-CEO of Ceridian. In September, Coupa announced that it tapped Mark Morgan, a former interim CEO of digital supply chain platform provider Blue Yonder, to become its new chief commercial officer.