More NewsBarry Rand Appointed Chairman And CEO Of Equitant

Barry Rand Appointed Chairman And CEO Of Equitant

Order-to-Cash outsourcing firm Equitant has appointed Barry Rand as Chairman and CEO. Rand has been an active member of the Equitant Board of Directors for the past eighteen months, working closely with the current management team. He was previously Chairman and CEO of Avis Group and oversaw the management of PHH, the world’s second largest fleet leasing and outsourced fleet management services. Rand also formerly served as Executive Vice President of Worldwide Operations at Xerox where he created and globalized Xerox Business Services. Equitant Founder and Co-Chairman, Paul French stated, ‘Barry brings enormous executive management experience and exceptional depth in market development, sales and operations for large-scale businesses, including outsourcing. His appointment represents a tremendous opportunity to take Equitant to the next level.’

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