Finboot appoints former senior Seat executive

Finboot is announcing today that it is expanding its customer facing team with the appointment of Ricardo de Alfonso, a former SEAT executive.

Ricardo joins Finboot to help further accelerate Finboot’s MARCO platform’s ‘time to value’ for our enterprise customers. MARCO is the company’s digital platform and ecosystem that brings together blockchain technologies in one place, connecting multiple ledgers simultaneously.

Ricardo brings more than 20 years’ experience in managing complex IT projects across several sectors, including the automotive (SEAT), space (GTD) and industrial component supplier (DÜRR) sectors.  Across these roles, Ricardo was pivotal in accelerating digital transformation.  He joins Finboot as the company’s new implementation and delivery manager, the latest in a number of senior hires.

Juan Miguel Perez, CEO and Co-founder of Finboot: “Ricardo brings a wealth of high-level experience and we are delighted to have been able to attract an implementation and delivery manager of Ricardo’s calibre and experience in such a tight post COVID recruitment market.  It’s testament to our positive vision, values, culture and our leading-edge digital platform, MARCO, that he has chosen to join us.  Blockchain is the next generation of enterprise supply chain solutions and Ricardo recognises that and wants to be part of that future”.

Ricardo de Alfonso adds: “Stepping into Finboot feels like stepping into the future.  Finboot helps companies grow and become more efficient through its world class blockchain powered technology.  Working at Finboot is a huge opportunity to be part of a successful team.  Finboot has created a strong platform and ecosystem in MARCO.  MARCO brings traceability, transparency and compliance to supply chains; with operational efficiency and cost-savings by automating and streamlining processes.  I look forward to applying this approach to Finboot’s existing and future customers.”

The announcement comes after several high-profile appointments including Paris Dufrayer as Chief Revenue Officer, Padman Ramankutty to its Board of Directors, and Avanish Sahai and Lea Borkenhagen who joined Geoffrey Cann as advisors.

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