New appointments at Point of Rental

By Belinda Smart26 August 2021

US software company Point of Rental Software has made two appointments, which it says will support its focus on strategic growth.

Chase Kincaid is taking up the role of Senior Vice President of Sales and Matt Ross that of Senior Vice President of Global Finance.

Point of Rental CEO Wayne Harris said the appointments were in line with the company’s plans to “play a role in developing the rental industry worldwide.”

“Matt has finance management experience in both global businesses and in a SaaS company that grew into a worldwide leader, and Chase’s data and sales background in similar companies will help us grow across new frontiers in a sustainable way.”

Matt Ross started his career at Lockheed Martin as a financial analyst and holds an MBA and a master’s degree in global strategy.

His other roles to date include starting as a Senior Treasury Analyst at Active Network, an international SaaS company, before graduating to Senior Finance Manager. When the company was acquired, he joined parent company Aspira, which provides technology and service solutions that connect to park and conservation agencies and became the company’s VP of Finance Accounting.

Chase Kincaid began his career in supply chain management and accounting before focusing on data and working with people in sales. Over the past seven years, he’s led sales teams in SaaS industries serving inventory management and field service businesses.

The appointments come amid a year of marked growth for Point of Rental, in which it has added more than 50 new employees.

Point of Rental Software provides rental and inventory management software 5,000 business locations and has offices in the UK, USA, Australia, Germany and South Africa.

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