Apple Vice President Becomes New Anaplan CFO

A finance executive with over 20 years of experience in the technology sector, Marc Stoll has left the giant of technology, Apple, for scrappy start-up Anaplan, which boasts of disrupting business planning enterprise software.

Stoll served as Vice President of Worldwide Sales Finance for Apple, where he was responsible for global sales channels that accounted for more than US$125 billion in annual revenue. Before this, he was Corporate Controller for CA Technologies and led technology buy-side equity research for Julius Baer Investment Management.

Anaplan, which stands for "analytics" and "planning," was founded in 2006 as a new ground-up business planning solution for end-users to design, build, mainatian and manage their own application without IT support. 

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