Former Travis Perkins finance transformation director; Nick Rose joins the Enable team to help drive ambitious expansion plans.
Enable International Inc., the leader in cloud-based B2B deal management software, today announced that Nick Rose has joined the company as Chief Financial Officer to help drive the company’s rapid expansion.
Rose joins Enable from U.K.-based building materials wholesaler Travis Perkins plc, where he spent 16 years in a range of finance director and transformation programme director roles.
Travis Perkins was one of the first customers of Enable’s deal management software platform, and Rose has had direct input into the development of the product.
Nick Rose said: “Having implemented Enable’s solution across the Travis Perkins Group to manage very complex trading agreements, I’ve long been hugely impressed with Enable’s ability to drive strategic deal management. There’s a real need in the B2B sector for software like this and I’m excited to join Enable to help bring the software to a wider market.”
As CFO, Rose will play a key role in scaling Enable’s business in North America. Manufacturers and distributors are choosing Enable to manage trading agreements and maximize their value to the business, with recent signings including Affiliated Distributors, and Wolseley Canada.
Andrew Butt, CEO of Enable, said: “As someone who has actually chosen, bought and implemented Enable, Nick brings the voice of the customer right into the heart of our high-growth business. His experience, drive and commercial acumen will be invaluable as we bring Enable to a wider global market.”
Nick Rose’s LinkedIn biography can be found here.
Enable’s rebate management system helps suppliers, distributors and wholesalers to drive mutually profitable growth, while improving cash flow and reducing risk. Leading manufacturers and distributors in the U.K. and North America depend on Enable to collaboratively plan, execute and track complex trading agreements involving millions in rebates, discounts, royalties, purchase income and back margins.