Wayne Super

Vice President, Global Partner Organization and Capital Markets

Cisco Capital

Wayne Super is currently a member of Cisco Capital’s senior executive team serving as Vice President of Global Partner Organization and Capital Markets. He oversees a department responsible for $30Bn of indirect annual originations through Cisco Capital’s financial services ecosystem, as well as, focusing on financial-Technology (Fintech) business model innovation.

Wayne’s previous roles at Cisco Capital were Chief Financial Officer, Chief Risk Officer, and Director of Venture Financing. Prior to joining Cisco, he held roles as Staff Consultant at Akzo Noble, various Sales leadership roles with Pitney Bowes Corp, and a brief career with United States Navy.

Outside of work, Wayne serves on Deutsche Bank Client Advisory Board, and the Commercial Equipment Marketing Council (CEMC) steering committee. He also maintains involvement in organizations such as Atlanta Community Food Bank, Habitat for Humanity, and Autism Speaks.

Wayne holds a bachelor's degree from University of Missouri, and a master's degree in Business Administration from Keller Graduate School of Management.


November 9, 2023


Unlocking New Opportunities: Cisco Capital’s Next Wave of Partner Innovations

2 min read

Cisco Capital is thrilled to present several game-changing initiatives geared towards driving greater partner profitability, enhancing your customer engagement, and fortifying our shared commitment to sustainable technology.

March 15, 2022


Why Payment Solutions Can Support Your Journey To Implementing Managed Services

3 min read

Implementing managed services is an exciting journey. Here are three critical inflection points when flexible payment solutions can help.

November 17, 2021


Cisco Capital Introduces New Partner Financing Options and Sustainability Initiatives

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See how Cisco Capital is committed to helping Cisco partners and customers reimagine the future by making it easier and more cost efficient to obtain the solutions businesses need to transform.

February 4, 2019


Blockchain is Much Bigger Than Bitcoin. Here’s How it Will Impact Vendor Financing.

4 min read

Blockchain has the ability to shape and reimagine vendor financing. I share more on how blockchain is not only impacting vendor financing, but other industries as well.