logicpath Adds Kelly Sphar as Vice President of Finance

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ATLANTA, May 2, 2018 – logicpath, a leading provider of software and analytics for financial institutions and retailers has added Kelly Sphar as vice president of finance. Sphar will be responsible for leading the finance team and all accounting systems for the firm.

Sphar is a talented account professional with over 20 years of experience in both public and private accounting. She has held positions as controller, vice president of finance and human resources, as well as accounting supervisor. Sphar has managed the day-to-day activities of finance, accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, inventory, payroll, and intercompany transactions. Her considerable skills and proven leadership will assist the firm with continued growth now and into the future.

“I am so excited to be joining the logicpath team. The combination of top notch client focus and fun corporate culture make it a pleasure to come to work every day. I look forward to contributing my skills and experience to the future success of the company,” said Kelly Sphar.

“As logicpath continues to have tremendous growth, Kelly’s leadership will help the firm reach new heights. Her diverse experience gives her unique insight and ability to design processes and procedures for the firm that are cutting edge,” said Douglas Ceto, president and CEO of logicpath.

About logicpath

Atlanta, Ga.-based logicpath provides software solutions and analytics to financial institutions and retail organizations. The firm has earned the trust of over 2,000+ clients in the United States and Canada. Logicpath is the designer of C3 Financial, a SaaS cash forecasting and management software. Deposit Reclassification, logicpath's Regulation D retail sweep program, is designed to eliminate reserve balances. PALMs is a SaaS asset/liability management simulation software, offered by logicpath, which provides accurate and detailed analysis asset-by-asset and liability-by-liability. Logicpath's solutions improve earnings, efficiency, risk management, and operations.