Reltio appoints Matt Gallatin as CFO

New CFO Gallatin will be responsible for overseeing financial controls at Reltio, as well as playing a part in the software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider’s strategic direction.

Gallatin has almost 30 years’ experience in financial management at tech companies, having previously served as CFO at ShareThis, OneLogin and Drawbridge (acquired by LinkedIn) before joining Reltio.

Additionally, he began his career in a technology investment banking group at Merrill Lynch and Co., before taking on the role of vice-president at Yahoo!, working in its corporate finance group.

“I have seen first-hand the value of data-driven investments and how the C-suite is increasingly focusing on these efforts,” said Gallatin. “Reltio provides a responsive data platform that is required in today’s business climate.

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“Reltio partners with Global 2000 data innovators to catalyse digital transformation to better engage with their customers and create competitive advantage. I’m eager to help further the success of Reltio and our customers.”

Manish Sood, CEO and founder of Reltio, commented: “Matt is a dynamic leader who has a solid track record of helping companies grow and scale. His perspective is a welcome addition to our leadership team as we navigate a volatile business landscape and chart the long-term strategy of our company.

“We are thrilled to add Matt’s expertise to the team during this time.”

According to a recent study from PwC, CFOs across the board are continuing to invest in customer data solutions, and are recognising the value of digital transformation amidst the current pandemic; only 16% of surveyed CFOs are considering deferring or cancelling digital transformation investments.

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Aaron Hurst

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