FinancialForce Stock

financialforce.comEnterprise Software / Business OperationsFounded: 2009Funding to Date: $197.15MM

FinancialForce is a customer success platform using cloud ERP to automate financial operations. Businesses using FinancialForce can view a particular customer's complete journey, including subscriptions and lifetime payments. FinancialForce was founded in 2009 by Jeremy Roche and Debbie Ashton and is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.

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Management Team

Scott Brown
Chief Executive Officer, President & Board Member
Ravi Narula
Chief Financial Officer
Todd Kisaberth
Chief Customer Officer
Aaron Momin
Chief Information Security Officer
Allen Seto
Chief Legal Officer
Nicole Milstead
Chief Marketing Officer
Daniel Brown
Chief Product and Strategy Officer
Debbie Ashton
Co-Founder & Senior Vice President of Strategic Customer Experience
John Turner
Chief Revenue Officer

Board Members

Alek Ferro
Advent International
Eric Wei
Advent International
Tim McAdam

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News Highlights

A conversation with FinancialForce
Scott Brown has been the CEO of FinancialForce for nearly two years. He has led the firm through COVID, during which the company has continued to grow and evolve. He shared some current insights about the company in this interview with Enterprise Times.
FinancialForce rolls out Services-as-a-Business features to help service orgs adapt to XaaS
Cloud ERP and PSA vendor FinancialForce delivers its Summer 22 release today, which it says is the first to embody its Services-as-a-Business framework, unveiled earlier this year.
FinancialForce Accelerates Momentum in ERP and PSA Markets with Major Industry Awards and Recognitions
FinancialForce, the leading provider of customer-centric business applications across finance, services, and customer success teams, today announced accelerated momentum over the past 12 months for its ERP and PSA platforms.
Updated on: Dec 3, 2023


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