Reltio Appoints Sandy Smith to Board of Directors
Reltio, an award-winning provider of the first cloud-native, software-as-a-service (SaaS) data platform used by companies worldwide, announced that Sandy Smith, former CFO of customer data platform company, Segment, has joined its board of directors as Audit Committee Chairperson. Smith brings to Reltio her deep finance and technology experience, and a proven track record of helping companies through rapid growth, scale, and transformation.
“Reltio has a highly experienced management team in place, innovative technology that solves big customer problems, and an organization focused on delivering for customers. I look forward to working with this talented team as we steer Reltio through its next phase of growth.”
Smith has held various financial leadership roles in the technology industry. Prior to Segment, she served as the Vice President of Finance at Twilio, and participated in various private and public financings, including their 2016 IPO. Before that, Smith was with Akamai Technologies in various finance roles. She began her career as outside counsel for public companies on SEC matters before shifting focus to advise emerging, venture-backed technology companies.
“I’m excited to welcome Sandy to Reltio’s board. She brings a unique blend of global financial, legal, and technology operating experience that will be valuable to Reltio as we look to significantly grow and scale our business,” said Chris Hylen, CEO of Reltio. “Sandy is a welcome addition to our strong and diverse board, comprising leaders with different experience, tenure, background, and industry.”
“I am excited to join Reltio’s board, and to work alongside Chris and the leadership team as they take the company to the next level,” said Smith. “Reltio has a highly experienced management team in place, innovative technology that solves big customer problems, and an organization focused on delivering for customers. I look forward to working with this talented team as we steer Reltio through its next phase of growth.”