The SourceDay Story
SourceDay knows procurement and is dedicated to automating the procurement lifecycle.
SourceDay founders come from the manufacturing industry. Through their experience, they uncovered capability gaps with most ERP systems that created unnecessary costs, increased risk, and wasted time and productivity.
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At SourceDay we collaborate with others and value everyone’s opinions. We foster a culture where people put others first.
SourceDay is committed to ensuring we meet and exceed a high level of trust and integrity with every interaction, for our customers, stakeholders, each other and community.
Innovation and Excellence
SourceDay was founded on a better way of doing things. We are constantly improving our product and services so our clients can stay ahead of the game.
Every person at SourceDay is driven to achieve, to win, to be the best, to have fun and make a difference.
We are dedicated to exceed and delight our customers, employees, shareholders, partners and community.
SourceDay Leadership Team
Tom Kieley – CEO and Co-Founder
As a veteran business owner, Tom knows how to recruit top talent and build a lean team to manage growth. He is also good at conveying company vision and goals to employees, partners and anyone else interested in PO management. But it’s the execution of that vision that makes him such an asset for SourceDay.
Tom wears many hats, but his priority is maintaining key relationships and providing oversight across SourceDay. His decade plus of experience in product management and operations, hardware and software sales, and supply chain management fosters his creative ideas around how best to achieve the goals that lead to company success.
Tom holds a B.S. degree in Industrial Distribution Engineering from Texas A&M. When he’s not working to establish SourceDay as an innovation leader, Tom is likely spending time with his family, building custom furniture and cabinetry, networking, or volunteering in the community with his church.
Clint McRee – COO and Co-Founder
As a consummate entrepreneur, Clint excels at building companies and teams that break down status quo and use progressive methods to solve real business challenges. He used his background in technology and manufacturing to co-found SourceDay to help manufacturers bring modern innovation to a traditionally antiquated industry.
Clint now spends much of his day helping prospects and clients achieve their business objectives – whether through increasing revenues, lowering cost, and/or modernizing their businesses. Clint constantly pushes SourceDay’s product teams to be innovators and think big.
Clint graduated from the University of Houston with a B.A. in Finance. In his free time, he travels to sporting events with his sons, waterskis as often as possible and always enjoys a good challenge.
Sarah Derocher Moore – Chief Marketing Officer
A growth-obsessed, high tech marketing and sales executive, Sarah Moore has a passion for helping the world’s biggest brands embrace innovative technologies to build their businesses. She defined and directed award-winning marketing programs at 10 early stage companies, including Spredfast (acquired by Vista), pcOrder.com (IPO in 1999), Lombardi Software (acquired by IBM), and Between Markets (acquired by Inovis).
As Chief Marketing Officer at SourceDay, Sarah leads the company’s global brand, product, digital, and performance marketing programs. She has spoken at industry conferences around the world, and lectures about digital marketing at the University of Texas McCombs School of Business. Sarah also serves as a board member for Wonders & Worries and the Kathy Dunn Hamrick Dance company in Austin, Texas.
Emeka Obianwu – SVP, Alliances & Channels
As Senior Vice President of Alliances & Channel, Emeka Obianwu is responsible for the strategy, program development, and lifecycle management of SourceDay’s partner ecosystem. He has a passion for uncovering game changing partnership opportunities and converting ecosystem ideas into successful, collaborative go-to-market initiatives.
Emeka has spent the last 20 years in software technology and services after starting his professional career in management consulting. His experience includes leading sales, channel and corporate development functions at software and services organizations including Ping Identity, NSS Labs, BuildForge, IBM and more.
Emeka holds a B.S. and M.S. degree in Industrial Engineering from Stanford University. Outside of his executive role at SourceDay, Emeka spends time with his wife and three children, plays competitive soccer, and enjoys following professional sports.
Maureen has spent her career guiding and educating people. Her compassionate and knowledgeable approach has assisted teams both internally and outside her organizations. Her talent for building customers service teams and her “teaching people to fish” philosophy has made the difference between customers and ecstatic customers in all industries.
Maureen has a diverse background managing an array of organizational teams such as accounting, support, account management, development, project management, and procurement. Her efforts have focused on process efficiencies, tools and product development as well as building and training teams to support the customer life cycle.
When she’s not talking and working with customers Maureen likes to spend time with her husband and two dogs, a lab and golden retriever. She holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from the University of Texas at Austin and holds a Mathematics Teaching Certificate.
Mark Garcia is a problem solver and able to see opportunities for transformation in a technically challenging environment. He has an intuitive sense for envisioning customer needs and translating them into a productive technology experience.
Mark has a history in developing strong technology platforms at early-stage companies. He has architected, deployed and managed entire infrastructures and is able to successfully scale out entire technology stacks. He is spearheading the SourceDay technology roadmap, along with ideas and feedback from customers, into a procurement platform that changes organizations.
Outside of work, Mark coaches youth basketball and loves to cook, previously being a chef before getting into computers. Mark is also brews beer with the assistance of a computerized Pico Brew system.