Corcentric Promotes Ellingsen to Senior Vice President of Syndication Operations
Brings 20 years’ experience in capital markets and equipment finance developing tailored financing solutions and strong relationships with banking partners and lease clients
CHERRY HILL, NJ,Managed ARCH 28, 2022 —Corcentric Capital Equipment Solutions (CCES), an innovative provider of business spend management and revenue management software and services, announced it has promoted Ray Ellingsen to Senior Vice President of Syndication & Operations. Mr. Ellingsen is responsible for the continued growth and profitability of the CCES business and the development of the systems necessary to manage the operation’s rapidly growing portfolio.
“Ray has been a strong leader of our syndications team and has developed the banking relationships that have allowed Corcentric’s Capital Equipment Solutions group to grow to a $250M per year syndications portfolio,” said Patrick Gaskins, Corcentric’s Senior Vice President Fleet Solutions.
Mr. Ellingsen joined Corcentric in 2014 as Vice President of National Syndications and served most recently as Vice President of Capital Equipment Solutions. He has held senior management positions with banks and technology companies, developing equipment lease financing and maintenance programs.
A resident of Wheaton, Illinois, Ellingsen received a Bachelor’s degree in finance from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, and a Master of Business Administration from the Lake Forest Graduate School of Management.
“I look forward to attracting and developing new talent and to use my experience and connections to scale CCES business growth with some of the most sophisticated and largest companies in the world,” said Mr. Ellingsen.
Corcentric is a global provider of business spend management and revenue management software and services for mid-market and Fortune 1000 businesses. Corcentric delivers software, advisory services, and payments focused on reducing costs, optimizing working capital, and unlocking revenue. To learn more, please visit corcentric.com.
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Corcentric is a leading global provider of payments, procurement, accounts payable, and accounts receivable solutions to enterprise and middle-market companies. Corcentric delivers software, advisory services, and payments focused on reducing costs, optimizing working capital, and unlocking revenue. To learn more, please visit corcentric.com.