Azul Expands Breadth of Its Leadership Team, Appoints Peter Maloney as CFO and COO; Andrew Savitz as CMO
Azul, provider of the world’s most trusted open source Java platform, today announced that it has significantly expanded its leadership team with the appointment of two new accomplished and talented executives: Peter Maloney as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Chief Operating Officer (COO), and Andrew Savitz as Chief Marketing Officer (CMO), both reporting to Scott Sellers, Azul’s co-founder, president and Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
As Azul’s new CFO and COO, Maloney is responsible for financial strategy and management, planning and analysis, accounting, tax and treasury, investor relations, legal, human resources, business systems, DevOps, and M&A.
“Peter is a high-energy, ‘get it done’ type of person who meshes well with our culture at Azul,” said Sellers. “He brings deep experience in finance, corporate development, business operations and leading G&A functions. And he has a tremendous track record of helping companies scale quickly, which is exactly what we need at this high-growth stage of our company.”
Maloney has more than 25 years of strategic financial management and business operations leadership experience including 19 years of executive leadership for SaaS companies. Previously, Maloney was with Jobvite, the leading recruiting software company, where he was CFO. Prior to that, he served as CFO of E2open, Inc., where he led a successful IPO, follow-on offering and sale of the company.
He has also served as CFO of SNOCAP, Inc. and CFO and VP of Finance of Keynote Systems, Inc. and throughout his career has held a series of leadership roles in finance, investor relations, corporate development, and management. Maloney holds a B.B.A. in Economics from the Fox School of Business at Temple University and an MBA in Corporate Finance from the University of Southern California – Marshall School of Business.
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