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Jim Bork Joins HighRadius as Chief Revenue Officer 

HOUSTON, Texas—HighRadius, a fintech enterprise Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) company specializing in integrated receivables, today announced that Jim Bork has joined the leadership team as Chief Revenue Officer. Previously VP of Sales at NetSuite and Sr. VP of Worldwide Sales at Epicor, Bork brings years of experience running enterprise B2B sales teams.

On the heels of the hiring of Sayid Shabeer as Chief Product Officer, Bork’s hiring rounds out HighRadius’ senior management team of experienced fintech executives.

“With a proven history in all facets of running a technology company with an emphasis in building world class sales and customer services organizations, Jim will accelerate HighRadius’ growth plans in the coming years,” said Sashi Narahari, CEO of HighRadius. “We are incredibly pleased to have him join our team with his ability to think strategically and guide sales through the scaling process.”

At Epicor, Bork traversed the startup-to-IPO journey, managing a sales team of 400 individuals in 40 countries. His specialities include building revenue creation teams, applying technology in business, ERP software, supply chain management, real-time communication, customer attainment, retention and service.

“HighRadius is redefining the payments infrastructure including integrated receivables for enterprise organizations,” said Bork. “In joining the executive culture at HighRadius, I am delighted to be part of a talented group that is dedicated to transforming global sales efforts across all markets.”