Yooz Taps Veteran Executive as Global CMO

In his new role, Dave Kasabian will lead the worldwide marketing organization for Yooz, which has a North America HQ in Dallas and global offices in Europe. Yooz says it provides P2P and accounts payable automation solutions to more than 5,000 customers and 300,000 users across the globe.

Yooz, a global provider of purchase-to-pay (P2P) and accounts payable automation, has appointed Dave Kasabian as global chief marketing officer. He will lead Yooz’s worldwide marketing organization and work closely with the European and American teams to ensure the company stays at the forefront of accounting automation, the company said.

Dave Kasabian

Yooz North America is headquartered in Dallas. The company has global offices in Europe.

“We’re delighted to welcome Dave to the Yooz family. His experience driving marketing vision and execution in high-growth SaaS environments and his passion for collaborative success align seamlessly with our commitment to delivering unparalleled value both internally and externally,” CEO Laurent Charpentier said in a statement. “As we enter a new phase of growth and evolution, Dave will play a key role in shaping our global strategy and elevating the Yooz brand to new heights.”

Most recently served as CMO of OneStream

Most recently, Kasabian was CMO of OneStream, where he helped transform the brand and scaled up a global marketing team to support its rapid growth. Before that, he was the CMO of Tagetik, where he was pivotal in building a global marketing organization and establishing the brand as a leading corporate performance management platform before it was acquired by Wolters Kluwer.

“Finance process automation, digital transformation, and technology advancements are changing how organizations do business,” Kasabian said in a statement. “Optimized AP, P2P and E-invoicing automation is a competitive advantage and will be even more so in 2024 and beyond. Yooz is dedicated to providing the best combination of power, speed, and ease-of-use to maximize that advantage for our customers.”

“I’m excited to have the opportunity to work with an exceptional leadership team, and highly skilled professionals around the world, all committed to driving customer success every day,” Kasabian added.

Yooz said it provides smart, powerful, and easy-to-use cloud-based E-invoicing and P2P automation solutions that deliver unmatched savings, speed, and security with affordable zero-risk subscriptions to more than 5,000 customers and 300,000 users across the globe.

The company said its unique solution leverages artificial intelligence and RPA technologies to deliver a high level of automation with extreme simplicity, traceability, and end-to-end customizable features.

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