U.S. Auto Parts Network Names Ted Sanders CFO - aftermarketNews

U.S. Auto Parts Network Names Ted Sanders CFO

Sanders brings 25 years of online, retail, technology and finance experience.

CARSON, Calif. — U.S. Auto Parts Network has appointed Theodore "Ted" Sanders, Jr. as chief financial officer (CFO). His appointment was effective Feb. 16.
Sanders brings more than 25 years of diversified financial and operational management experience in both public and privately held companies and "Big Four" public accounting to U.S. Auto Parts. He joins the company after most recently serving as CFO of ViewSonic Corp.

Prior to joining ViewSonic, from 1997 to 2007 Sanders served as CFO of public company PC Mall Inc., a marketer of technology products with more than $1.2 billion in revenue in 2007, where he helped the company grow organically and through acquisition to offer more than 125,000 different products to more than 10 million customers. Sanders also successfully off-shored and managed certain sales and back-office functions to Canada and the Philippines. Prior to PC Mall, Sanders was the controller and director of finance for BAX Global, a $1.7 billion subsidiary of The Pittston Co., a global business and security services company. At Pittston, he also served as the director of internal audit.

He started his career at Deloitte & Touche LLP and is a Certified Public Accountant.

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