E-commerce technology company Assembly has appointed Ben Warner as its new chief financial officer.
Warner joins Assembly with “broad experience” in corporate and operational finance, most recently serving as VP of finance at Clutter, a full-service storage and logistics service backed by Sequoia Capital and Softbank. While at Clutter, Warner oversaw strategic planning, budgeting, accounting and legal affairs.
During his time at Clutter, Assembly said he played an “integral role” in scaling the company’s storage and logistics network and software to serve over 1,000 cities and towns.
Prior to Clutter, he served as VP of Finance at Omaze, an online fundraising platform. While at Omaze, Mr. Warner was responsible for analytics, business planning, accounting and legal affairs and built out an administrative framework to legally operate online charity sweepstakes in over 100 countries.
Assembly’s CEO Sandeep Kella said: “Ben brings a unique set of experiences on both the finance and operational side at early and late stage start-ups. We are extremely excited to have him on the leadership team as he will be critical in helping us scale.”
Warner added: “I am thrilled to be joining a team that has built something that matters so much to its customers. Happy customers are the foundation of any great business and I can’t wait to help drive it forward.”