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Scott Okupski, North America Head of Client Services, BI-SAM Inc.

BI-SAM appoints Scott Okupski as North America Client Services Director


BI-SAM Inc has appointed Scott Okupski as North America Head of Client Services, responsible for product implementations, client relationships and local support.

Okupski’s appointment will reinforce BI-SAM's North American management team, which has already been strengthened through a heavy recruitment drive. Growing from 5 to 15 employees, the US subsidiary has benefited from a large success in the market, and has seen client numbers doubled.
  
Current market requirements combined with the impressive reputation of B-One & BI-SAM's team of experts are the group's main success factors in the region.
 
With more than 15 years' experience in financial platforms implementation management, Okupski worked for Wall Street Systems for over 10 years managing the implementation teams and projects. He holds Masters in both Finance and Information Systems Management.

He will work closely with Christophe Volard, BI-SAM Inc COO, and Steve Shefras, Business Development Director.
 
"Scott's expertise in financial software's implementation and team management is a real asset for our growing professional services teams", says Volard. “Our success in the region is very exciting and reinforcing our teams as well as the management is crucial for our organisation."
 
"I am very pleased to be joining BI-SAM, especially at this very exciting time of development", says Okupski. "B-One is a very good fit to the US market requirements and I look forward to helping our clients optimise their operations and improve their performance measurement and reporting capabilities.”

 

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