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Nick Mascia

Nick Mascia

Nick is a Director with close to a decade of FP&A planning and system implementation experience for companies in various industries and sectors. He is a certified Master “Anaplanner” that specializes in delivering end to end Anaplan implementations typically for any planning or modelling needs that fall under the umbrella of the CFO team.

Before joining Accordion, Nick worked at Platform Specialists, which was a firm 100% focused on EPM implementations and solutions for enterprise clients. At Platform Specialists, which was acquired by Accordion in 2022, Nick developed an expertise in Anaplan – building and designing models, developing end user dashboards and reports, leading and managing implementation projects, and setting up data integrations.

Prior to this, Nick worked overseas at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. At FAO, he was part of team that developed in-house software designed to analyze investments specific to agricultural/rural projects in low-income countries. His responsibilities included reviewing business use cases, acting as sole software tester during several upgrade initiatives, and training new users on software features and functionality.

Nick holds a B.B.A in Finance and International Business from Villanova University.

"The greater danger for most of us lies not in setting our aim too high and falling short; but in setting our aim too low, and achieving our mark." - Michelangelo

Something You Should Know

  • Has lived and worked in 3 different countries on 3 different continents
  • Wine enthusiast who uses vacation time travelling to various wine producing regions
  • Presented a check for $220,226 on live television at the Jerry Lewis Telethon in Las Vegas from money raised at a high school fundraiser for Muscular Dystrophy


  • Part of building Anaplan practice at Platform Specialists, and eventually Accordion, from the ground up
  • Administered a two-week training while at the UN in French with only 1 month of notice given to brush up on elementary knowledge of the language