Anduin, a technology firm that supports accounting firms in streamlining their work-to-cash cycles, has announced four advisor appointments.
Edgardo Pappacena, Solon Angel, Susan Kimberlin, and Tien Tzuo will be tasked with advising the group’s leadership team as it continues along its growth strategy.
Currently CEO at Cani Investments, Pappacena has previously served as both global managing partner at Arthur Andersen and global chief strategy officer and global business model leader at PwC.
Angel has successfully built technology solutions in F500s and startups across the global, while also founding the AI risk discovery platform creator, MindBridge.
Currently sitting on the advisory boards for “several high-growth startups”, Kimberlin is also a founding limited partner at Operator Collective, a group that invests in upcoming B2B technologies.
The founder and chief executive at SaaS platform provider Zuora, Tzuo has also previously worked as chief strategy officer and chief marketing officer at Salesforce.com.
Justin Adams, co-founder and chief executive at Anduin, said that the group is “fortunate and excited” to have the quartet onboard as advisors.
He added: “Each has a unique expertise and successful track record in solving big and often-overlooked problems with data and progressive technologies – in the accounting industry, and beyond.
“Their collective expertise is out of this world, and I’m excited to have them working alongside our leadership team.”