Meet the ACL Executive team. Select any of the names below to learn more our leadership.
Laurie Schultz, President and CEO, is responsible for leading the transformation of ACL’s global business by mobilizing talent toward category disruption and double digit growth. With over 20 years of experience in software and technology sectors, Laurie has led 12 multi-million dollar software P&Ls spanning the personal finance, small business accounting, SaaS, ERP, Business Intelligence, and GRC categories. Holding prior leadership positions with Sage, Intuit, KPMG, and Telus, Laurie has both DOUBLED revenues and DOUBLED profits by empowering change and relentlessly focusing on the “right critical few”.
Laurie is a recognized industry leader and was featured as one of Canada’s Top 20 Women in the IT Channel and in the Top 100 Women in the North American Channel. She is also a recipient of The Minerva Foundation for BC Women “Excellence in Leadership” award, a bronze medal for Female Executive of the Year from the Stevie Awards for Women in Business, and the 2014 Women of Influence award from Business in Vancouver.
Laurie holds a MBA and Bachelor of Commerce degree, both from the University of Alberta. She is Vice Chair of the Board for Vancouver’s Dress For Success—a not for profit organization committed to helping low or no income women to transition into the workforce, and also serves on the Board of the British Columbia Technology Industry Association (BCTIA) where she Chair’s the BCTIA Software C-Council—a CEO group committed to growing the footprint of software in British Columbia.
Keith Cerny, Vice President, Research & Development, is responsible for leading ACL’s R&D organization focusing on customer experience and the continuous development of existing and new technologies as part of ACL’s growth strategy. Keith oversees ACL’s software development, quality assurance, architecture, and documentation.
Keith has over 13 years experience leading software teams at Vancouver based technology companies including Chancery, Pivotal/CDC and Sage. Prior to joining ACL, he led R&D for Sage ERP Accpac, a leading global ERP solution where he was recognized by his peers as a top people leader. Keith’s previous experience also includes founding his own technology company focused on building a business to business international trade application.
Keith has served on the Advisory Board of Vancouver Community College’s technology curriculum and as Vice President of Vancouver Technology User Group. He holds various technology certifications, including Agile Management and Certified Product Owner, and attended the College of the Rockies.
Dan Zitting, Vice President, Product Management & Design, is responsible for product management, design, and user experience for ACL’s industry-leading software products.
Dan’s previous experience has been in the audit, risk and assurance industry. After working for several years at Ernst & Young, he co-founded the CPA firm Linford & Company LLP which provides audit services to global clientele. While running his own practice, he developed a web-based software for auditors to meet his team’s needs. As demand for this software increased, he founded Workpapers.com which was acquired by ACL in late 2011.
Dan is dedicated to the advancement of productivity enhancing technology for the audit profession and is a three-time winner of the CPA Practice Advisor Magazine’s 40 under 40 and Readers’ Choice awards.
Dan is a Certified Public Accountant, Certified Information System Auditor and Certified Information Technology Professional. He holds a Bachelor of Science from Colorado State University and a Master of Science from University of Notre Dame.
Sean Zuberbier is responsible for defining and executing the sales and professional services strategy across all customer, geographic and product segments and plays a leadership role in driving ACL’s growth in the GRC software market. Sean leads all revenue-generating activities for ACL, including direct sales, professional services, indirect channel sales, pre-sales, sales operations and subscription renewal.
Sean has over 15 years experience as a sales professional, including leadership roles in the software industry. In his previous roles at ACL, Sean led successful Sales teams focused on North American large commercial accounts as well as midmarket clients; and most recently established a top-tier sales team focused on strategic enterprise customers. Prior to joining ACL, Sean was a District Sales Manager at SAP Business Objects where he successfully led his team in generating double-digit revenue growth. Prior to his time with SAP Business Objects, Sean was the founder and owner of a company providing employee productivity and retention services to hi-tech companies.
Sean holds a degree in Business Administration from Simon Fraser University.
For more than 13 years, John Lauinger has overseen ACL’s legal affairs as a core member of the leadership team. His expert guidance spans corporate governance, intellectual property protection and commercial law. He also plays a major role in ACL’s mergers and affairs activity and most recently drove the acquisition of Workpapers.com.
Before he joined ACL, John was a lawyer in Fasken Martineau DuMoulin’s Corporate Finance and Securities group and a Policy Advisor with the British Columbia Securities Commission.
He has been called to the Bar of the Province of British Columbia.
Kathy Enros, Vice President, Talent, brings more than 20 years of human resources experience in the software, consulting, alcohol beverage, and retail industries.
Most recently, Kathy was the senior vice president at Vision Critical for more than eight years. In this role, she was a key leader in building Vision Critical from 60 to 700 employees across the globe, established all employee programs, and was key in creating the VC culture and making it a top employer in BC. Her other human resources experience includes performing as the director of HR for the Mark Anthony Group, the director of HR for Ipsos, and HR manager for Costco Canada.
Kathy holds an Honors Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Wilfrid Laurier University and is an avid marathon runner.
Harald Will is a successful technology entrepreneur who started the commercial operations of ACL Services Ltd. in 1987 and has grown it to be the leading audit analytic software company in the world.
From ACL’s first product offering, to the full range of solutions available today for internal, external and public sector audit markets, Harald has built the ACL company and team with a focus on excellent customer service, integrity, trust and respect.
Harald was recognized as a Top 40-under-40 award recipient, and was named one of Treasury & Risk Management magazine's "100 Most Influential People in Finance" for 2005 and again for 2009.
Eric has 30 years of business experience, having worked with companies ranging from Fortune 500 conglomerates to start-ups in the US, Europe and Canada. Eric came to Vancouver from the San Francisco Bay Area as CFO, to help turn around the world’s leading business intelligence reporting software company, Crystal Decisions, now owned by SAP. His prior experience spans the retail, consumer products, food and banking industries. In addition to ACL, Eric serves on the Boards of Ritchie Bros Auctioneers (NYSE, TSX) and Daiya Foods. His outside passions include beekeeping and trying to launch a sustainable salmon aquaculture industry in B.C.
Eric holds an MBA from Stanford University and BA from Brown University.
Greg Wolfe has more than 20 years of years of experience in the high technology industry and is an active advisor to CEOs around the globe in the area of creating rapidly growing and customer-obsessed companies.
He served as the Executive Vice President of Operations of Business Objects SA for several years until its sale to SAP in 2008. In his time at Business Objects, he helped lead the organization through hyper growth, creating the #1 business intelligence provider in the world with over $1 billion in revenues, millions of licensed users, and over 5000 employees.
Greg previously served as Vice President of Americas Sales at Crystal Decisions, where he was one of the primary architects of its global success. Greg is an active private company board member and holds a bachelor of business administration degree from the University of Regina.
Carolyn Saint is Vice President of Internal Audit for 7-Eleven, Inc. She possesses a deep knowledge and focus on strategic and enterprise risks, process improvement opportunities, and financial stewardship obtained from providing assurance services to clients and Fortune 50 companies. Carolyn is a frequent speaker on governance and internal audit topics. Prior to joining 7-Eleven, Carolyn was Vice President of Internal Audit for Lowe's Companies, Inc., Sears Holdings Corporation, Kmart, and Covansys. She served clients in manufacturing and retail industries while at Deloitte.
Carolyn currently serves on The Institute of Internal Auditors board of directors and is immediate past Chairman of the Institute of Internal Auditors’ North American board. In addition to her board duties, Carolyn is a member of the IIA’s Publications Advisory Committee. Her blog, Saint on Getting Stuff Done, appears monthly or as inspiration strikes on Internal Auditor Online.
Inder is a senior level executive with over 18 years' experience (United States and International) with a proven track record in implementing financial strategy, improving financial operations, impacting business growth, delivering results, managing risk, implementing global enterprise wide finance solutions, building high performing teams and providing thought leadership. Inder attended the General Management Program at Harvard Business School and has an MBA from Kellogg School of Management.
Inder is currently the Head of Internal Audit at LinkedIn where he established the Internal Audit Function from scratch post IPO by laying out the vision and strategy for the IA function and hiring the right team to support LinkedIn in the areas of SOX Compliance, Risk Management, Internal Audit & Compliance as LinkedIn scaled from $500M to $2B in approximately three years.
Prior to this, Inder was working with Visa as a VP of Finance where he established Finance Internal Controls team to build a global SOX compliance program post Visa’s IPO.
Inder has previously provided consulting and internal audit advice for leading technology companies in Silicon Valley like Network Appliance, Symantec, Verisign, Sandisk, Synaptics, and Dolby Laboratories while working with PricewaterhouseCoopers.
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