Flooring and concrete coating systems manufacturer, Arizona Polymer Flooring (APF) appointed Shannon Warner as the firm’s chief financial officer.
Warner’s experience in corporate financial planning makes her perfectly poised to help steer Arizona Polymer Flooring as it prepares for broader national growth.
As CFO, her primary focus will be to manage the company’s financial activities including budgeting, forecasting, operational results analysis, improvement strategies and cash management.
“Shannon’s track record, combined with her interest in supporting business growth and customer expectations, make her the ideal candidate to take on the role of our chief financial officer,” said Daniel Owen, president and CEO of Arizona Polymer Flooring. “The leadership team looks forward to working with Shannon as she applies her financial savvy and strategic planning skills to help us chart a course for the future.”
Prior to joining APF, Warner had a decade-long career at an automotive aftermarket accessory wholesaler and distributor with more than $45 million in annual revenue. Most recently as CFO, she was intimately involved in reporting and analysis that was vital to support business growth and meet customer expectations.
Warner was a key player in advising the president on key costs, profitability, cash flow and strategic planning for the organization. Her financial know-how helped the operations team increase inventory turns by 15 percent and reduce air freight and fill rate fines by 50 percent through process improvements.
Before taking on the CFO role, Warner held additional roles with the automotive company, including controller, accounting manager and staff accountant.
Warner is a graduate of Grand Canyon University where she earned a Master in Business Administration with an emphasis in accounting after earning her Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting.