Walking the Ice: How Finance leads Amazon Devices & Services

As Amazon Devices & Services scales with additions of new customer offerings while facing supply chain challenges, the role of Finance must keep pace

  • How do we engage with customers to ensure we are innovating on their behalf
  • How are we using technology to improve our tools and processes
  • How we measure financial success when traditional GAAP doesn’t work

Enerino “Rino” Caruccio
VP, WW Analytics and Planning, Amazon Devices & Services

Enerino “Rino” Caruccio is currently Vice President Worldwide Analytics for Amazon Devices & Services based in Seattle, WA. His team is responsible for developing, implementing and delivering insightful analysis that scales with the fast-paced growth of Amazon’s Device & Services portfolio. Rino joined Amazon in 2006 as Vice President Corporate Financial Planning and Analysis, coordinating financial analysis and reporting for the Company. In 2009, he moved to become Vice President of Worldwide Seller Services Finance as finance lead of a global $35B revenue operation, and in 2013 to Vice President Worldwide Consumer Worldwide Analytics delivering mechanisms to drive growth and profitability in support of Amazon’s Consumer business.

Prior to joining Amazon, Rino worked for General Electric. He began his GE career in the Financial Management Program, and then GE Corporate’s Audit Staff. After earning his MBA in 1991, Rino moved to London as a financial analyst for GE International. In 1993, he became Finance Manager for GE Meters Business and in 1994 Manager of Financial Analysis for Oil & Gas in Florence, Italy. He joined GE Plastics in 1997 as Lexan Americas Finance Manager and in 1999 assumed the role of Finance Director GE Plastics Pacific, working in both Singapore and Tokyo. In 1992, Rino was named global CFO for GE Water and Process Technologies based in Trevose, PA.

Rino received a Bachelor Science in business administration in 1984 from the University of Vermont. He also earned an MBA from Stanford University in 1991.