Rimilia, a SaaS-based fintech company, has appointed Rob Luddy as chairman of the Board, alongside Steven Robertson as chief technology officer (CTO) and Andy Lilley as chief product officer (CPO).
These hires are intended to support Rimilia process to accelerate and scale. The company secured US$15 million (€13 million) in growth funding earlier this year to invest in product innovation and fuel its global expansion.
Rimilia claims to be the only artificial intelligence (AI)-powered automation platform built to manage your order-to-cash process in real time. Its Financial Relationship Management (FRM) platform is designed to help finance leaders across the globe make better sales and credit decisions to increase revenue, improve customer satisfaction, and reduce risk. The company’s SaaS solutions work with any currency, bank, and ERP, in any country or language.
As an independent advisor, consultant and board member to a number of software companies, Luddy will support the company as it sets its sights on the next phase of growth. Luddy brings more than 20 years of business-to-business (B2B) enterprise software experience to Rimilia.
As company employee number five at ServiceNow, he lead its sales and marketing organisations globally from the company’s initial launch, through to its successful IPO on the New York Stock Exchange. ServiceNow is a $4 billion (€3 billion) per year enterprise software company, with a market capitalisation in excess of $65 billion (€59 billion).
In addition to the new chairman, Rimilia expands its leadership team adding Steven Robertson as CTO and Andy Lilley as CPO. Robertson joins Rimilia from Thomson Reuters, where he led the technology teams as CTO for HighQ – an intelligent legal collaboration and client engagement platform.
Meanwhile, Lilley joins Rimilia from LexisNexis where he headed up product for enterprise solutions. Before LexisNexis, Lilley directed product at Bottomline Technologies. Their main priorities will be to accelerate and scale Rimilia’s Accounts Receivable (AR) cloud platform. In addition, they will also execute and roadmap delivering new functionality and modules to enable customers to automate the order to cash process.
“The opportunity ahead for Rimilia and its customers is vast, but to seize it, we must focus clearly, move faster and continue to transform. A big part of my job is to accelerate our ability to bring innovative products to our customers, rapidly helping them unlock more cash into their businesses, especially in these uncertain economic times. I’m delighted to welcome Rob, Steven and Andy and add their leadership and experience to the team,” said Kevin Kimber, CEO, Rimilia.
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