Infusionsoft appoints new CFO to the team
Infusionsoft, creator of the leading sales and marketing software for small businesses, has captured the heart of another Silicon Valley financier and today announced the appointment of Curtis Smith to Chief Financial Officer.
Smith was former CFO of Keynote Systems, a public SaaS company specializing in cloud testing and monitoring. Last year, he led the successful execution of the $395M sale of Keynote to Thoma Bravo Private Equity. And before that, he has advised leading technology companies and executed multiple IPO and M&A transactions as a managing director at GCA Savvian Advisors and as a vice president at Credit Suisse First Boston’s Technology Group.
“Curtis has a proven track record as a public company CFO and as a tech banker, and he has deep experience advising software companies on their IPOs,” Clate Mask, co-founder and CEO said. “He understands the SaaS market and is passionate about our purpose to help small businesses succeed.”
Most recently, Infusionsoft recently raised another round of cash to the tune of $55M led by Bain Capital, all with the mission to help small businesses succeed.
Inside the walls of Infusionsoft, there is a clear and definitive vibe and focus that is at the core of every employee, and that is to wake up everyday and help small businesses succeed-and Smith is on board.
“Infusionsoft’s vision resonates with me,” Smith said. “I want to be part of something meaningful, and I can feel that energy here. I believe my experience and skill set position me to add value to Infusionsoft, and I’m excited to help this company continue to grow.”
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