BlackLine creates APAC vice president role

Todd Hunt appointed to lead software vendor's growth plan in Asia Pacific

BlackLine APAC vice president and general manager Todd Hunt.

BlackLine APAC vice president and general manager Todd Hunt.

Cloud finance and automation software vendor BlackLine has hired Todd Hunt for the newly created role of Asia Pacific vice president and general manager.

Based in Sydney, Hunt’s main responsibility is growing the vendor’s business in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong, China and Japan.

BlackLine employs five staff at its Sydney office but is planning to increase this to 11 within the next six months.

The vendor has over 100 customers in APAC including Optus, Bunnings, Coles, Qantas Airways and Bank of New Zealand. Accounting/finance managers and compliance executives use its cloud-based product to automate financial processes.

Hunt previously worked as the northern Australia sales director for enterprise software company, Infor Global Solutions. He had been with the vendor for over 10 years in a variety of roles.

“Given Todd’s consistent record of sales growth, his hands-on experience, and his commitment to customer success, he will prove to be a tremendous asset in growing our presence throughout the APAC region,” said BlackLine CEO Therese Tucker in a statement.

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