Brody McCullough, CPA, joins CSafe Global as VP of Finance as the company begins integration of Softbox Systems following acquisition
DAYTON, Ohio, Feb. 8, 2022 – CSafe Global, the innovation leader in temperature-controlled container solutions for the transport of life-enhancing pharmaceuticals, announced today that Brody McCullough, CPA has joined the company as Vice President of Finance.
Mr. McCullough brings more than a decade of diverse experience in accounting and finance ranging from traditional corporate finance to financial planning and analysis (FP&A), transformation and integration. McCullough began his career with EY in their assurance practice. In 2012, shortly after their IPO, McCullough joined Vantiv, a payment processing company and technology provider. During his tenure, McCullough held several finance leadership roles including establishing a global synergy governance program for the Vantiv acquisition of Worldpay, driving significant value creation for the company. When FIS acquired Worldpay in 2019, he was tapped to lead the FP&A integration with a focus on process efficiency, policy alignment and future-state organizational structure. Most recently, he served as the finance lead for FIS’ Technology Development organization.
In his new role with CSafe, McCullough will focus on driving financial and business analytics to enable strategic decisions relevant to capital planning/investment, product roadmaps, development resource capacity and demand prioritization. He will also lend his considerable expertise in the acquisition process to CSafe’s ongoing integration with Softbox Systems as part of CSafe’s senior leadership team.
“This is a critical time for our business and making data-driven decisions for future development and investment is essential. Brody’s expertise in FP&A technology and analytics will help us generate a holistic view of potential investments in new products and locations as our business grows,” said CSafe CEO, Patrick Schafer of the decision to add the new role. “His experience with acquisitions and integrations is a timely bonus that will certainly benefit the process.”
Mr. McCullough earned his bachelor’s in accounting, finance and management from the University of Kentucky and is a certified public accountant.