Xcitek®, the leading global provider of market data, Corporate Actions software and consulting services, announced today that Ben Mastropieri has joined the company as Sales Executive for its flagship software solution, XSP™. Mastropieri will be responsible for expanding the client base in North America while managing global accounts.
Based in New York, Mastropieri will report to Brendan P. Farrell, Jr., Chief Executive Officer, XSP, at Xcitek.
Mastropieri brings over 10 years of experience in business development and sales within the financial services industry with a heavy focus on new business and account relationship management. Prior to joining Xcitek, Mastropieri was a Strategic Alliance Manager at Reuters America servicing the Trust, Brokerage and Equity & Fixed Income market segments. He has also worked at Interactive Data where he held both individual contributor and management roles including Senior Account Manager and Senior Business Development Manager. Mastropieri was responsible for identifying, planning and executing sales and marketing strategies with channels and the direct sales organizations to maximize revenue generation.
“Xcitek is committed to growing the XSP software business through continued investment in global functionality, cutting edge technology and talented people,” said Farrell. “Ben’s appointment reflects this commitment and his experience in both business development and sales makes him the ideal fit for our growing organization."
Frank Piraino, Senior Vice President of XSP at Xcitek, said, “We continue to strengthen our organization by recruiting high-caliber professionals to provide unparalleled service that corresponds with the excellence of our solutions. Ben’s extensive experience and valued skill sets will help us to expand our global client base and manage new accounts. In addition to direct sales, we can leverage his business development background to further enhance XSP’s Channels and Alliance program. We are pleased to welcome Ben to the XSP sales team and look forward to his contributions.”