StarTek, Inc. (NYSE:SRT), a leading provider of business process outsourcing services, announced today that Lisa Weaver has been appointed as its new Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer.
Ms. Weaver is replacing David Durham who will remain with the Company during a transition period through mid-November. Ms. Weaver will be a key leader in assisting StarTek’s return to sustained profitability.
Prior to joining StarTek, Ms. Weaver held the position of North America CFO with Recall Corporation, a company that provides document management, data protection and document destruction services globally. Prior to joining Recall, Ms. Weaver was with ClientLogic and Sitel Corporation for ten years in various finance leadership positions. Most recently, she was the North America CFO and Global FP&A Leader. Earlier in her career, Ms. Weaver served in varying roles within manufacturing companies such as Purina and Fruit of The Loom.
“We are fortunate to add someone of Lisa’s background and knowledge,” said Chad Carlson, StarTek’s President and CEO. “Her experience in the BPO industry and background in the development and implementation of core financial processes to support business intelligence resulting in improved financial performance are ideal for this point in our journey. She will be an impact player in helping our team return to sustained profitability,” added Carlson.
Mr. Carlson continued, “I would like to thank David Durham for his service to our company. David has helped StarTek diversify its global footprint and implement many of the systems which are key to our future. I wish David all the best in his future endeavors.”
StarTek, Inc. (NYSE: SRT) is a leading customer experience expert in the business process outsourcing industry. Our clients rely on us to ensure a great customer experience resulting in improved customer satisfaction and retention and an increase in revenue and cost efficiencies for our clients. StarTek has the platforms and the expertise to compete with the largest companies, but we remain small enough to focus on partnering with our clients to develop creative solutions that fit their unique needs. StarTek’s comprehensive suite of solutions includes sales, order management and provisioning, customer care, technical support, receivables management and retention programs. Our company also offers clients a variety of multi-channel customer interaction capabilities including voice, chat, email, IVR and back-office support. Headquartered in Denver, Colorado, StarTek has delivery centers onshore in North America, near shore in Costa Rica and Honduras, offshore in the Philippines and virtually through our StarTek@Home workforce. For more information, visit
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