BRENTWOOD, Tenn. — Comdata Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Ceridian Corporation announced it has made three senior management changes within the company.
Andrew S. Park, formerly a vice president with Morgan Stanley has been appointed senior vice president of Product Services & Strategic Planning. Former Transportation Services vice president of national accounts, Scott Wombold, is the company’s new senior vice president and general manager of Merchant Services. Brian Truman joins Comdata as national accounts representative for its local fleet division.
"These leadership changes come at a time when Comdata is venturing into new markets and executing its strategy for growth in both our traditional core transportation and retail businesses," said Comdata President Gary Krow. "These individuals possess in-depth knowledge of our customer and product needs and have the skills necessary to take us to the next level as we pursue new markets."
Park was formerly vice president in Morgan Stanley’s Investment Banking Division in New York, where he advised clients in the information technology services sector. Park was responsible for the development and execution of M&A and financing transactions, and he specialized in strategic advisory for clients in the transaction processing industry. Prior to joining Morgan Stanley, Park was with Credit Suisse First Boston and Lehman Brothers.
Wombold formerly served the company as vice president of national accounts, following a 17-year career in various sales and operations roles with Knoxville, Tenn.-based Pilot Oil Corporation. Prior to that, Scott spent seven years with West Lake, Ohio-based Travel Centers of America, primarily in shop operations.
Truman joins Comdata following a seven-year career with South Portland, Maine-based Wright Express, a provider of fleet charge cards to the fleet maintenance and fueling industry. Brian will service Comdata as manager of national accounts in the public sector for the Business Fleet Services (BFS) division, a leading provider of MasterCard and proprietary-branded payment cards for the local and short haul fleet transportation industry.
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