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Inspirus Promote 3 Executives

Inspirus LLC, a Sodexo Group company and leader in the rewards and recognition business, has added the following new additions to its executive team. 
 
inspirusTwo leaders have been promoted into executive positions and a new sales and marketing vice president hase joined the executive team, the company has announced. 
 
Allen Holman has been promoted to Chief Information Officer (CIO) and Chief Security Officer; Paula Ambrozic has been promoted to Vice President, leading Customer Success; and Craig Sukenic has joined the company as Vice President, Sales and Marketing.
 
According to the company, Holman joined Inspirus in 2016, after 16 years with Inspirus’ parent company, Sodexo, in the Benefits and Rewards USA division. He rose from technical support and analysis positions to software development and on to operations, culminating in the role of Chief Technology Officer prior to transferring to Inspirus. 
 
As Vice President of Customer Success, Ambrozic brings her 20-plus years of recognition industry experience to lead the Inspirus Account Management and Contact Center teams. She joined Inspirus in 2013 and has “distinguished herself as a leader who focuses on business process improvement, account development and communication. In her previous role as Director, Customer Success, her strategic and tactical insight helped drive financial performance in every area of the organization.” Her previous roles include management in Customer Relations, Corporate Compliance, Event Management & Strategic Partnerships with both clients and vendors. 
 
Sukenic has 25-plus years’ sales experience and a “proven track record for effectively developing and leveraging successful business development initiatives including market expansion. He is known for building and leading sales teams to revenue and EBITDA growth by crafting an optimal go-to-market (GTM) strategy, implementing disciplined sales processes, and fostering a culture of individual accountability.” Prior to Inspirus, Sukenic was Vice President of Sales for SmartSource, and Vice President of Strategic Sales with Comdata (a division of Fleetcor.)
 
“Expanding our executive team gives us additional strategic and operational expertise to guide clients’ employee engagement initiatives through rewards and recognition,” says Tatiana Frierson, Chief Executive Officer for Inspirus and Sodexo Benefits and Rewards Services, USA. “I am extremely pleased that our executive team is energized and committed to driving growth and exceptional delivery to our clients and communities.”
 
Inspirus is part of the Sodexo Group. 
 
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