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Mark Robinson Joins Truckstop.com as New Chief Financial Officer

Truckstop.com has announced that Mark Robinson has joined its leadership team as the company’s new chief financial officer.
Robinson comes to the company from Saba. Saba, which was acquired by Vector Capital, is a multinational talent management cloud solution provider with more than 700 employees in the San Francisco Bay area.
“We invited Mark to join the company because of his vast leadership experience and his alignment with our company values,” Truckstop.com CEO Paris Cole said. “With Mark on our team we will be able to generate even more success for our customers.”
Robinson received his MBA in finance from the University of Utah and has served in C-level positions for more than 15 years. His storied career includes stints with companies such as Calypso Technology, Discus Dental, Q Comm International, Clickguard Corp. Bluecurve Corp., Prometrix and more. He and his family currently reside in the Boise, Idaho, area.
“This is an exciting time to be joining Truckstop.com. The company has an amazing track record of success, including more than 20 years of consecutive growth and innovation both of which are poised to accelerate,” Robinson said. “Truckstop.com is led by an exceptionally talented team which I look forward to being part of to further the company’s success.”

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