Natick, MA – June 7, 2013 – Centage™ Corporation, a leading provider of easy to use, automated budget and forecasting software (Budget Maestro™), today announced Chief Financial Officer (CFO) John Orlando has been named a finalist in the 2013 Boston Business Journal CFO of the year Awards.
Nominated for his executive leadership and commitment to the company’s success, Orlando has been with Centage for more than nine years. During that time he has effectively managed the operational side of the business and spearheaded new revenue generating opportunities such as the creation of the consulting and training practice, a thriving part of Centage’s business.
“With more than 25 years in finance, accounting and administration, John has extensive experience working with both high growth Fortune 500 companies and startup businesses. His understanding of the day-to-day needs of financial professionals and CFOs around budgeting, forecasting, and cash flow have been critical to our success as a financial management and reporting software company. Through his guidance Centage has maintained its financial stability and is now well positioned for rapid growth,” said Barry Clapp, President & COO of Centage Corporation. “We are thrilled that John has been recognized for his efforts by the Boston Business Journal.”
The fifth annual Boston Business Journal’s CFO of the Year Awards recognizes CFOs who make a difference in their companies and organizations. Categories for 2013 include: Public Company, Small Private, Medium Private, Large Private and Nonprofit. Each year the BBJ also presents a Lifetime Achievement Award to an individual who has created a meaningful legacy in the local finance profession. For more information on the event visit https://www.bizjournals.com/boston/event/77381/2013/cfo-of-the-year.