Amy Carden Promoted to CFO

Brentwood, TN (February 4, 2020) – Trinisys, a market leader in enterprise data migration, integration, and workflow automation, announced today that Amy Carden has been promoted to Chief Financial Officer effective immediately.

“We are proud to announce Amy’s promotion to Chief Financial Officer,” said Antoine Agassi, CEO. “With more than 20 years of experience in accounting and financial fields and 11 years of service to Trinisys, this promotion is richly deserved and fully earned.”

During her tenure, Amy has been responsible for directing financial planning, analysis, and accounting practices while also overseeing the compliance and filings in over 23 states as Trinisys continues its nationwide expansion. She also created and implemented policies and procedures for all financial aspects of the company and has played an instrumental role in the 1580% revenue growth and 786% employee growth that Trinisys has seen. In her most recent project, Amy accomplished a successful conversion to GAAP-basis financials.

 “Amy is highly respected by Trinisys employees and all whom we do business with,” said Antoine. “Her hard work, passion, and dedication has led her to this exciting new chapter in her career, and I am confident Amy will continue to make valuable contributions that will allow for the continued growth and success of Trinisys.”

Prior to Trinisys, Amy spent 14 years at Ernst & Young specializing in Tax Services. She is also an active member of the Tennessee Society of CPAs (TSCPA) and the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA).

About Trinisys Trinisys, 2019 NTC Technology Company of the Year, is a leading provider of enterprise data migration, integration, normalization, and workflow automation. Proven in some of the largest healthcare settings, Trinisys has over 16 years of experience perfecting rapid and reliable custom software solutions that reduce organizational cost, improve quality, and ensure security and compliance while enabling staff productivity. Trinisys connects systems to systems and people to systems. For more information, please visit