A platform which claims to make it easy for merchants to accept payments has strengthened its leadership team with three hires.
Cambridge-based Cashflows is expanding its solutions to help businesses deliver settlement as fast as possible and maintain a healthy cash flow.
Francesco Tirelli joins as Chief Customer Officer and will manage Cashflows’ sales and customer success function.
Additionally, Graham Hiom and Stephen Fowler are joining the team to help boost partnerships as Head of New Business and Head of Account Management respectively.
They will work alongside Cashflows’ current Head of Direct Sales, Nick Dobson.
Tirelli joins from Boku Identity, where he specialised in payment and fraud solutions and led the creation and delivery of global sales strategies.
He has spent over 12 years in the payment industry, including leading successful sales teams at Klarna, Visa and Barclaycard.
Hiom joins after six years at Elavon as Head of Partnership Management. During the last decade, he has been involved in a number of large–scale change programmes involving both the outsourcing of cash management around Europe and value–added card payment initiatives at point of sale.
Fowler spent 17 years accruing payments expertise at Barclaycard, Worldpay and Visa, managing large enterprise accounts from planning to launch, including relationship management. He will focus on serving Cashflows’ existing clients as well as exploring new opportunities for growth.
CEO Amanda Mesler said: “We’re growing our leadership team with some of the very best in the field to help us stay ahead of the curve, developing new products and services in line with what our customers will want tomorrow.
“The needs of our clients are evolving rapidly, and with the aid of Francesco, Graham and Stephen, we’re going to continue to deliver the very best services to help businesses thrive.
“I’m confident that these are the right people to help Cashflows fulfil our purpose of delivering settlement as fast as possible to help businesses to maintain healthy cash flow.”