Plano-Based Trintech Names Senior Executive as Chief Partner Officer

As chief partner officer at Trintech, Mekaela Davis, will continue to impact a company embracing the evolution of its business landscape—evidenced by its diverse customer base, changing market needs, strategic acquisitions, and more.

Plano-based Trintech, a global provider of cloud-based financial close solutions for the office of finance, has appointed Mekaela Davis, SVP and partner, Success & Global Advisory, to chief partner officer.

Trintech said it’s embracing the evolution of its business landscape, evidenced by its diverse customer base, changing market needs, strategic acquisitions, and the appointment of a chief partner officer, reinforcing the company’s commitment to building and maintaining a strong global partner network.

“In our rapidly changing business and technology environment, companies are increasingly reliant on a robust and interconnected ecosystem to ensure software investments are harmonious and return value,” CEO Darren Heffernan said in a statement.  “Trintech has seen firsthand the indispensable role played by our partner network in building new capabilities and delivering success for our customers.”

“Mekaela has already made a significant impact in her few short years at Trintech, and I look forward to watching her continue to accelerate and scale our partner momentum in this new role,” Heffernan added.

Davis said the company will focus on the unique needs of its customers.

“Trintech’s dynamic customer base requires a blend of domain knowledge, industry expertise, technological prowess, and adept change management capabilities,” Davis said in a statement. “Trintech’s strategic partners, characterized by their depth, breadth, and proven methodologies, play a crucial role in influencing and driving these transformative initiatives to successful outcomes. Our approach to partnering has been, and always will be, centered on providing the right level of support and expertise for our customers’ unique needs. I look forward to continuing to unite the strengths of our team with the strengths of our partner ecosystem to better serve our current and future customers.”‘

Building successful partner programs

Cheryle Levesque, partner, performance & process improvement leader at FORVIS, said her firm partners with Trintech “to implement financial close solutions for clients to drive a more transparent, efficient, and standardized record-to-report process.”

“I’m personally very excited by the investments Trintech continues to make in its partner ecosystem, which helps us build upon the success we have seen in North America and fuels our growth as we expand the partnership in the U.K.,” Levesque added. “By leveraging Trintech’s innovative solutions and collaborating effectively with their team, we add significant value and optimize results for our joint clients.”

Davis formerly served as managing director of Grant Thornton LLP

Trintech said that Davis is an award-winning ecosystem leader with more than 18 years of enterprise software and consulting experience, blending global teams across alliances, sales, marketing, and operations to serve clients in all markets and industries.

Before Trintech, Davis spent eight years at Grant Thornton LLP as a managing director, overseeing strategic alliances with leading enterprise software providers for the advisory and tax service lines.

Davis was a board member and adviser for global user communities, serving in a leadership role for more than 10 years and has extensive experience building successful partner programs and curating teams and cultures that support ecosystem success.

Trintech said its cloud–based platform and solutions enable more than 4,200 clients worldwide to lead productivity transformation across their finance and accounting organizations, driving efficiencies, ensuring accuracy to mitigate risk, and empowering strategic decision-making.

The company has offices and strategic resellers across the U.S., Europe, Australia, South America, Africa, and Asia Pacific. It collaborates with more than 100 companies to create a network of interconnected businesses.

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