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Oversight Hires Industry Veterans to Lead Revenue, People and Strategy

Tue, Dec 08, 2020

John Garrison, Jill Sutton and Anir Pradhan to help drive continued growth and success  

ATLANTA – December 8, 2020 – Oversight, the global leader in spend management and risk mitigation technology, today announced the hiring of three key executives to bolster company leadership and position itself for continued success. The trio brings significant domain expertise and experience to the Oversight front office as the company accelerates its growth and scaling initiatives.   

Joining Oversight will be:  

  • - John Garrison, Chief Revenue Officer

  • - Jill Sutton, Chief People Officer

  • - Anir Pradhan, Chief Strategy & Business Development Officer

2020 has been a transformative year for Oversight.  Adding these three fantastic leaders will further boost our ability to earn new customers, build a great culture and employment brand, and develop the forward-looking strategies we will need to strengthen our market position,  said Terrence McCrossan, CEO of Oversight. “I’m excited to have their expertise on our leadership team as we charge into 2021.”   

John Garrison 

Garrison is an experienced sales leader with an acute understanding of building and leading global sales teams for maximum effectiveness. He has more than 30 years of experience working with organizations, such as Parametric TechnologySprinklrOracle, and Workday. He most recently served as area vice president of sales at Fuze.   

As Oversight’s Chief Revenue OfficerGarrison will drive performance, strategy, and alignment of the organization’s sales and partnership efforts to drive growth across all customer segments and profiles 

Jill Sutton 

Sutton is a strategic leader with extensive expertise in talent management and employee development for Fortune 100 companies and mid-size equity-owned business. She joins Oversight with more than 20 years of leadership experience, including roles at nThrive (formerly MedAssets)Cox Communications, McKesson, and BellSouth (currently AT&T) 

As the Chief People OfficerSutton will lead the strategy and execution of Oversight’s recruiting, organizational design, and talent development efforts. She will also oversee Oversight’culture and employee advocacy programs to ensure Oversight remains a great place to work and grow. 

Anir Pradhan 

Pradhan is a forward-thinking leader with a passion for developing new and innovative growth opportunities and delivering results through balanced execution.  His has vast leadership experience in corporate strategy, product management, marketing, M&A, and business development at organizations, such as Deloitte Consulting, SunTrust Bank, Recall, ADP, and Equifax. 

As the Chief Strategy & Business Development Officer for Oversight, Pradhan will work to refine the company’s strategic vision and execute high priority business initiatives, including leading new market entries, and securing partnership opportunities and ventures that accelerate growth  

As organizations continue to redefine finance functions using advanced technologiespartners like Oversight will become more critical to their transformation, especially in the areas spend management and cash flow optimization,” said McCrossan. We’re proud to strengthen our leadership team to ensure we continue to provide superior technology and top-tier talent to help finance leaders navigate this ever-changing business landscape.” 

For more information about the Oversight leadership team, or the changing dynamics of spend risk, visit oversight.com 


About Oversight 
The world’s largest companies and government agencies trust Oversight to find and manage enterprise spend risk no matter where it resides. Oversight’s AI-powered spend management platform monitors and analyzes 100% of spend transactions, reducing audit effort, improving controlsand eliminating ERP data silos. With full visibility into spend, Oversight customers find and prioritize spend risk, identify errors and fraud, and eliminate process breakdowns that would otherwise go undetected. Oversight reduces out-of-policy spending by 70% while maximizing audit efficiency and eliminating cash leakage. https://www.oversight.com/