The world of commerce is changing rapidly. To offer a premium customer experience, Retailers need to adapt quickly and challenge the status quo. But their old systems can’t support this new reality. That’s why we exist.
Fluent Commerce was founded to solve this problem and accelerate commerce globally. We’ve created a powerful and exciting commerce platform designed to meet the retail needs of the future. It’s a huge opportunity and we’re proud to be at the heart of it. We are the future of global commerce.
Graham Jackson is a seasoned executive with more than 23 years’ experience in sales, retail and technology. Prior to Graham’s appointment as CEO for Fluent Commerce, he was the Senior Vice President of APJ and China for SAP Hybris, where he was responsible for major growth in the company and market share across the region. Graham was previously the Managing Director for Bazaarvoice, and has launched two successful IT businesses in Australia and has set up operations for two others. Graham holds a BA (Hons) in Economics from the University of Kent and is a trusted advisor to many top executives and industry peers.
Mehdi founded Fluent Retail (now Fluent Commerce) in 2013 with the intention of bridging the gap between offline and online commerce with cloud-based, fast-to-market business tooling. He is responsible for Fluent Commerce’s strategy, product engineering, pre-sales, and site reliability teams. Prior to Fluent Commerce, Mehdi was CEO & CTO of ParcelPoint which he co-founded to help online merchants provide convenient delivery options to their customers. Mehdi has 18+ years of product and technology experience with previous roles across the media, retailer and logistics industries.
Darius Coveney is an internationally experienced finance and operations leader, having worked in organizations across Australia, Asia, Europe and the Americas. Darius spent the first 10 years of his career in public practice, including 5 years at EY in their Entrepreneurial Services and Corporate Finance teams. Darius also spent time at Macquarie Group, holding various roles in Sydney, Hong Kong, New York and London over a period of 10 years, being promoted to the level of Division Director before the age of 35. Since leaving Macquarie in 2013, Darius has worked as the CEO, COO and/or CFO for various listed and unlisted technology driven companies, where he has been responsible for strategy, funding, M&A, operations, HR and reporting. Darius holds a BCom and a Masters of Applied Finance, and is a member of CAANZ and GAICD.