TTEC Announces Regina Paolillo as Global Chief Operating Officer and Dustin Semach as Chief Financial Officer
Colorado based CX outsourcing firm TTEC Holdings, Inc (NASDAQ: TTEC) this month announced Regina Paolillo as its Global Chief Operating Officer, a newly created role and named Dustin Semach as the Company’s Chief Financial Officer. Both roles are effective immediately.
“This is an exciting day for us. Through TTEC Digital and TTEC Engage, we have created a one-of-a-kind CX technology and services platform that is winning in the market and positioning us to take the company to a new level. Having deliberately developed an experienced and tenured executive team, we are well positioned to evolve our leadership structure to deliver on our next stage of accelerated growth,” commented TTEC chairman and chief executive officer Ken Tuchman.
Tuchman continued, “To unlock the full potential of our differentiated platform, we are fortifying our leadership team to enable me to fully focus on the key drivers of client and shareholder value creation including our strategy, growing the business, expanding our technology rich offerings and strategic and accretive M&A. In partnership, Regina will focus on the operational aspects of the business and Dustin will lead TTEC’s global finance organization.”
Before joining TTEC, Paolillo held a variety of executive level strategic, financial and operational roles at TriZetto, General Atlantic, Genpact and Gartner. She currently is a member of the board of directors at Unisys Corporation and Alight.
Semach was recruited into TTEC in 2020 with the intent to become the CFO. Alongside his TTEC experience, Semach has had a relevant, tenured and noteworthy career in the technology services and business process outsourcing companies including Rackspace Technology, DXC, CSC, and IBM.
“We are excited to have such an experienced and talented executive to continue the evolution of our financial and investor relations functions and to aid the business in achieving our business financial growth targets,” Tuchman concluded.