Ensono Names Scott Grossman Chief Financial Officer
Grossman will drive Ensono’s financial growth and oversee the organization’s continued global expansion
Ensono announced today that Scott Grossman has been named Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Grossman has been Ensono’s interim CFO since April. The announcement comes on the heels of Ensono’s strong financial performance in 2020. Grossman is a seasoned business professional with an extensive background in financial planning and analysis, strategic planning, mergers and acquisitions and operations. In his role as CFO, Grossman will be responsible for the financial strategy and the overall financial health of the company.
“Scott is a great addition to the Ensono executive team,” said Jeff VonDeylen CEO of Ensono. “He has led us through the COVID-19 period by effectively managing the cashflow of the business, upsizing our borrowings to support our growth and achieving strong business results for the year. His experience makes him the ideal fit to deliver financial excellence for Ensono and to help us on our path to becoming a billion-dollar company.”
Grossman joined Ensono in 2017 and has held various roles within the company including vice president for global financial planning and analysis, as well as senior director for corporate development and strategy, and finance and business operations. Prior to Ensono, Scott was the chief operating officer at both Keeper, a leading cybersecurity platform, and Brad’s Deals, an e-commerce website. As chief operating officer he led strategic partnerships and business development for the companies and also oversaw product, marketing and sales functions. Scott started his corporate finance career as an M&A investment banker with BMO Capital Markets and private equity and venture capital investor with Austin Ventures.
“This is a pivotal moment for Ensono, where companies around the world are beginning their digital transformation journeys so they can compete in our “new normal,” said Grossman, CFO. “I can’t think of a more exciting time to lead our financial future, and I look forward to Ensono’s continued global expansion and growth.”
Grossman earned his MBA from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business and is a graduate of Duke University with a bachelor’s degree in political science and economics.