Reibus International , the world’s largest online metals marketplace, announces the appointment of Temy Mancusi-Ungaro as its new interim CEO. The decision to bring in Temy reflects a new era of investment in the company and Reibus’ continued commitment to driving innovation and growth in the metals industry.
With over 17 years of experience in the B2B software industry, Temy is an experienced operator who brings a proven track record of growing innovative B2B companies such as Reachdesk, Electric, Yext and CityGrid. He most recently served as CEO at Reachdesk, where his insight into navigating the complexities of scaling a business led the company to be named among G2’s top 100 fastest-growing products for three consecutive years .
“We are delighted to welcome Temy to the Reibus family,” said Hrach Simonian, general partner of Canaan Partners and member of the board. “With Temy’s experience scaling software companies combined with the wealth of metals industry experience on our team, we anticipate significant advancements in our ability to streamline the supply chain for our customers, enhancing our position as the leading platform for metallurgical industry”.
Temy will be instrumental in achieving Reibus’ continued success, focusing on customer service and a people-centric culture.
“Our goal is to combine great people, innovative software tools and a customer-centric approach to simplify the delivery of metals around the world,” said Temy Mancusi-Ungaro. “As the only double-blind marketplace with an integrated logistics solution , Reibus offers a platform that can help our customers move metal faster and more efficiently than conventional methods, while maintaining privacy. “With the support of the board and our investors, I am excited to lead the company into the future as we seek to deliver on the vision that John Armstrong and the team created more than five years ago.”
Reibus recently launched a new user interface and several tools to help customers follow metals market prices and view all their orders in one place. This is the first of several releases planned for this winter.
John Armstrong, founder and current CEO of the company, will retire from the day-to-day operations of the business and become chairman of the board. Temy’s appointment and John Armstrong’s new position are effective immediately.
SOURCE : BusinessWire