The Director, Business Systems will be the founding leader of the team that will own the business systems function at Visby. The role will be an important part of the Visby leadership team, and the team will drive the development of systems to meet the information and governance needs across the Finance & Accounting, Manufacturing, Supply Chain, go-to-market and other teams in a dynamic, hyper-growth environment.

Essential Duties

  • Develop and execute the IT organization's mission to build and maintain best in class business system and related compliance programs.
  • Provide leadership, oversight and mentorship in the planning, prioritization and execution of IT controls and audits, including SOX compliance.
  • Develop programs to continuously improve the ability of Company's systems to efficiently deliver relevant and timely information across the enterprise and effectively manage priorities.
  • Lead the Company's efforts to maintain key enterprise applications (primarily NetSuite and, and design and build out value-added functionality.
  • Collaborate with Internal Audit and business process owners, and system owners in the testing of new software capabilities, programs and applications requirements.
  • Lead the software development lifecycle (SDLC), IT general controls (ITGC), and application control walkthroughs for new or complex processes and systems.
  • Use broad operational and business skills to understand the Company's enterprise systems workflows and propose enhancements, extensions and additional enterprise applications to meet the business needs.
  • Keeps up to date with releases, features, and best practices related to key enterprise applications.
  • Stay abreast of evolutions in the market for enterprise-grade tools and lead cross-functional efforts to select and implement new value-added technologies.
  • Lead and/or coordinate regular application training to employees, including updating users on platform enhancements and expansions.

Education and/or Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Information Technology, Finance or Accounting.
  • 10+ years of leadership experience in high-growth environments, and a high degree of integrity and independence.
  • Manufacturing/MRP experience is a strong plus.

Other Qualifications

  • NetSuite Administration Certification and/or Salesforce Advanced Administrator Certification are pluses.
  • Hands-on experience with enterprise grade tools, such as SQL, JavaScript and/or Python.
  • Sound business skills, judgment, and technical proficiency.
  • A working knowledge of Sarbanes-Oxley and experience with building and maintaining 404 compliance.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills and strong organizational skills.

Physical Demands

  • Comfortable performing repetitive tasks and/or motions.
  • Must be able to lift a minimum of 10 lbs.


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