Omnitracs appoints new VP of finance

Omnitracs announced it appointed executive Stacy Repult as vice president of finance. In her role, Repult will provide leadership and coordination of company financial planning, debt financing and budget management functions; she will also ensure company accounting procedures and reporting conform to generally accepted accounting principles, according to Omnitracs.

A certified public accountant, Repult most recently served as managing director of SLR Consulting Group and has more than 20 years of experience at both public and private companies, serving cross-functionally in financial management, strategic planning, international expansion and corporate development, according to the company. 

“As the leading provider of mobile fleet management, routing and predictive analytics solutions, Omnitracs has experienced significant growth in recent years. As we remain on an extraordinary forward trajectory, Stacy's leadership of key finance functions will support our continued progress," stated Sarah Hagan, chief financial officer at Omnitracs. "Stacy's experience and impressive educational background will be great assets to Omnitracs as the company continues to innovate."

Repult started her career in the mergers and acquisitions tax practice at Pricewaterhouse Coopers and has also held positions at Fujitsu-ICL, Cinemark International, Sammons Enterprises Inc., and FedEx Kinko's.

"I'm thrilled to join Omnitracs and look forward to contributing to the company's strategic growth objectives," noted Repult. "The commercial transportation sector is foundational to our national economy and it's exciting to lend my experience and expertise to a company that is committed to delivering the most advanced solutions available to help fleets improve productivity, safety, efficiency and compliance."

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