Mr. Gromann will look to innovate the next generation of Centage solutions

Centage Corporation (www.centage.com) announced today that Ed Gromann has joined its executive team, serving as chief product officer (CPO), reporting directly to Ken Marshall, chief executive officer, Centage. As CPO, Ed will develop a product vision and roadmap to secure Centage’s market leadership position and drive increasing value to the Centage client base. He is tasked with market, customer and competitive analysis, as well as prioritizing product enhancements.

Mr. Gromann comes to Centage with more than 30 years’ experience in the technology industry, along with extensive expertise in finance, accounting and financial planning & analysis. He has held management positions in sales, operations, strategic and technical alliances at leading software companies including Applix, Cognos, IBM and Tableau Software. Prior to joining Centage, he served as President for Jedox’s American subsidiary.

“I’m excited to join Centage and to continue its legacy of offering transformational budgeting, forecasting and planning solutions to the market. Its cloud-based platform is in a league of its own, providing executive teams and business managers with the collaboration and insight they need to make better decisions, faster. Centage solutions are precisely what businesses in growth-mode need in order to execute their visions and monitor their results,” said Mr. Gromann.


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“Centage, and more importantly, our customers, will benefit from Ed’s unique blend of technical expertise, leadership skills and functional knowledge. He has a strong track record in leading development teams for solutions and systems that are mission critical to its users. He is a true visionary,” said Mr. Marshall