Magazine Button
Alex Pusenjak joins Fluent Commerce as global head of people

Alex Pusenjak joins Fluent Commerce as global head of people

AfricaEuropeIndustry VerticalsIntelligent TechnologyMiddle EastRetailSoftwareTop Stories

Distributed order management platform for omni-channel retail, Fluent Commerce, has announced that Alex Pusenjak has joined the team as Global Head of People. Pusenjak will be focusing on building and rolling out a robust people strategy for the next phase of the company’s growth.

Fluent Commerce is headquartered in Sydney but has growing teams in Europe and North America. The company works with global and regional brands such as JD Sports, GrandVision, Aldo, eBay, Target and Marks & Spencer.

In his most recent role, Pusenjak oversaw the human resources function across Asia Pacific for Datto, a leading provider of cloud-based software and security solutions purpose-built for delivery by managed service providers.

Pusenjak said he is excited about the opportunity to join the Fluent Commerce team. “I’m thrilled to be joining Fluent Commerce at a time of rapid growth. Our greatest asset is our phenomenal global workforce and I’m looking forward to helping them further establish Fluent as the leading cloud-based order management provider in the Asia Pacific region, as well as our growth markets in EMEA and North America for years to come,” he said.

Graham Jackson, CEO, Fluent Commerce, said: “We’ve worked hard to build a great culture here at Fluent Commerce, but now is the time to invest in a People Strategy that includes employee engagement and enablement, career development and diversity equality and inclusion, to support us as we scale. Alex brings an incredible amount of people experience to Fluent Commerce, and his breadth of knowledge and infectious enthusiasm will help guide our growth and enrich our company culture,”

Pusenjak brings over 10 years of human resources leadership experience to his new role at Fluent Commerce where his focus will be to create a world-class onboarding experience, develop a career model framework across the business and implement a competitive global benefits programme.

Click below to share this article

Browse our latest issue

Magazine Cover

View Magazine Archive